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Fill 'Er Up: Residents Can Report Potholes to County

Are you dodging potholes on your commute? Report them to the Prince George's County Department of Public Works and Transportation.

Fill 'Er Up: Residents Can Report Potholes to County

Is there a bone-jarring pothole on your road that count crews should know about?

You're in luck. With the latest winter storm long gone, the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation will focus its efforts on filling potholes caused by the cold weather, salt and snow.

Beginning Thursday, Feb. 20, staff from DPW&T’s Office of Highway Maintenance will be out in full force to repair potholes on county roadways,” said Acting DPW&T Director Darrell Mobley in a news release. "Through this concentrated effort, Prince George’s County roadways will be safer, more accessible and easier to travel.”

Drivers are urged to stay alert and be aware of the trucks and crews working on the roadways. Keep safe and slow down as you approach a work zone.

To report potholes, call CountyClick at 311 or visit the County’s website at  www.princegeorgescountymd.gov to submit your information online.

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