How to get potholes fixed in your community

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — As Ohio weather keeps changing, pothole season is in full swing.

The City of Columbus 311 website shows the public service department has already responded to dozens of pothole reports.

You can report a pothole to the City of Columbus by calling 311, through the city’s 311 app or visiting the city’s public service website. 

Outside the city, you can report potholes on Interstates, U.S. Routes or State Routes to the Ohio Department of Transportation.

If you’re having trouble getting a specific pothole fixed, you can fill out the form below and NBC4 will investigate.

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