New Rochelle Launches Pothole Patrol

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PotholePatroleNEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Bureau of Streets and Highways has begun pothole repair as conditions permit. To assist the City with pothole location and reporting, the public can use a 24 hour information phone line (914) 235-4029 or designated email potholes@newrochelleny.com until April 30, 2014.

Note: these lines are for information only and personal replies will not be given.

When reporting a pothole, residents should provide detailed information including street name with closest intersection, direction of traffic flow (northbound, southbound, etc.), and hole location in the street (left, right, middle) or traffic lane. Pothole repairs are prioritized by severity and location, so those on main arterials will receive higher priority. Photos can also be sent by email.

Crews will make temporary repairs when conditions do not permit permanent repairs.

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Ken Lewis on Tue, 02/25/2014 - 15:23

I keep passing the same potholes over and over and over. I have given them names most of the however I call Tergis.
The citizens should report on where's waldo I mean Tergis so we can know we are making progress.
Right now I suggest we all fill them with Potting Soil and Tulip Bulbs so at least we can have beauty when we are about to need tires,rims.

Ken Lewis on Sat, 02/22/2014 - 14:16

"When reporting a pothole, residents should provide detailed information including street name with closest intersection, direction of traffic flow (northbound, southbound, etc.), and hole location in the street (left, right, middle) or traffic lane"

Excuse me here is the detailed information.
The Potholes are everywhere they consume the roadways of New Rochelle everywhere North South East West, up down and sideways.
If the commissioner can't find them have him get in his car blindfolded. Clearly no fault par for the course of winter but in many cases I believe waiting till its this bad is neglect. Right now they can rent the potholes out for housing they are so big and abundant.

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