Repair crews start on potholes after the storm

Workers need your help to find them all

TULSA — Eight city crews are working to repair potholes across Tulsa this week.

They were able to get to more than 40 potholes so far.

Workers are using a method called cold patching to temporarily alleviate potentially hazardous road conditions until crews are able to apply a more permanent patch with hot asphalt.

They’re hitting spots where potholes tend to pop up, but they need help from the public to get to them all.

To report a pothole, use the 311 app or make a report online at

April Hill

News Director/Anchor

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