Yes, they're getting worse. Take Wade Avenue. (Better yet, take an alternate route.)
View Larger Map Don't just curse the potholes, call 'em in. And while you're at it, pinpoint your pothole on our collaborative Google map, which has been viewed nearly 10,000 times but is marked with only two dozen potholes so far.
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Here's how to call or e-mail your pothole problem to the people we pay to fix it:
City and state road crews split the job of pothole patching. If you happen to contact the wrong folks, they’ll relay your message to the right place.
RALEIGH: Call city street maintenance at 831-6446 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
CARY: Call town public works and utilities at 469-4090 or e-mail email@example.com
DURHAM: Call the city pothole hotline at 560-1177 or click the online request form at www.durhamnc.gov/departments/onecall/.
CHAPEL HILL: Call town public works at 968-2796 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR RURAL AND OTHER STATE-MAINTAINED ROADS: Call state Department of Transportation customer service: 1-877-368-4968.
Or contact the DOT maintenance office in your county. Online at www.ncdot.org/contact/ go to “Road Report” and click the drop-down menu to choose your county. You’ll get an online form for reporting your pothole problem.