InterLinc Home Page
lincoln.ne.gov
City of Lincoln
City of Lincoln
Mayor's Office

2016 Media Releases


Date:
February 8, 2016
For More Information Contact:
Ty Barger, Public Works and Utilities, 402-441-8422

City Street Crews Focus on Potholes

The Public Works and Utilities Department today tripled the usual number of crews working on pothole repair. The Department transferred staff from other maintenance duties to pothole repair, bringing the number of workers assigned to potholes to about 35.

"The recent freezing and thawing cycle has again resulted in new potholes across the City, and we will continue to deploy extra workers until the problem is under control," said Thomas Shafer, Interim Public Works and Utilities Director. "We appreciate the public's patience as we work as quickly as possible to repair the potholes. And we urge all motorists to drive carefully, and give street crews the room they need to work."

Residents can report potholes and other non-emergency street problems can be reported in four ways:

Those reporting emergency situations should always use 911.


Mayor's Office
Media Releases