An interesting request from the Cincinnati City Manager… City Manager Harry Black is asking Cincinnati drivers to join the campaign to “Be a Pothole Spotter.” from the news post – “We’re in primetime pothole season. The ground’s thawing up, and cars are hitting potholes all over town. We need everyone to tell us about these potholes so that we can fix them as quickly as possible,” Black said.
They ask the community to spread the word on how to identify and report potholes:
- Online: Visit www.5916000.com. There is also a link on the City’s homepage to report potholes and other issues. Potholes may be reported 24 hours a day using this submission tool.
- On the Go: Use the free CityHall APP available on iPhone and Android in the APP store. The APP used GPS to locate where you are standing to get an exact location of the pothole. Add some descriptive details about the location and hit send. Within the APP, you can keep track of your requests and check their completion status.
Note, last year there were 4,569 pothole locations reported!