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Suddenly, we have a pothole epidemic.
Have you hit a bad one? Here's what you should do about it:
1) Share your pothole story. E-mail me.
2) Report your pothole to city and NCDOT road crews so they can fix it. They'll thank you for your call. See pothole call-it-in info below.
CALL IT IN:
Here's how to call or e-mail your pothole problem to the people we pay to fix it. Be prepared to give a detailed description and location. Not just "Glenwood Avenue," for example, but "on inbound Glenwood just north of Five Points."
City and state road crews share the job of pothole patching. If you happen to contact the wrong folks, they’ll relay your message to the right place.
- CITY-MAINTAINED STREETS
RALEIGH: Call Raleigh street maintenance at 996-6446 or e-mail email@example.com.
CARY: Call town public works and utilities at 469-4090 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
- STATE-MAINTAINED ROADS AND STREETS. Contact NCDOT for rural and other state-maintained roads, many of them inside city limits. For the fastest response, contact your county NCDOT maintenance yard:
- Wake County: 733-4768
- Durham County: 477-2814
- Johnston County: 934-6176
- Orange County: 732-0856
Or call state Department of Transportation customer service: 1-877-368-4968.
You also can contact the DOT maintenance office in your county online at www.ncdot.gov/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.