300 potholes slated to be filled in Colorado Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) After hearing from many of you, 11 News has obtained the most current list of potholes waiting for repair in Colorado Springs.

City of Colorado Springs crews have a list of nearly 300 potholes that need to be filled. That's just the known potholes -- when they're out, crews usually find more.

Crews place their effort on the highest priority potholes first, found on main roads or those the city deems dangerous.

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The city said there is no specific time period for how long it will take to repair them. Instead, it depends on weather and resources.

This year alone, more than 4,000 potholes have been put on the list. The city said it has filled around 20,000 of them.

Ballot measure 2C, which voters passed, does not pay for potholes. However, it does pay for repaving crumbling roads. Paving work is expected to begin in the next few weeks.

If you have a pothole you'd like to report, you can do it on the city's website. You can also call 719-385-7623.

List of priority examples for potholes, as classified by the city of Colorado Springs

- Academy Boulevard
- Circle Drive
- Fountain Boulevard
- Airport Road
- Centennial Boulevard
- Nevada Avenue

- Templeton Gap Road
- Platte Avenue
- 30th Street
- Acacia Drive
- Allegheny Drive
- Broadmoor Bluffs Drive

Potholes in this category aren't large, are located on residential roadways, and/or are off the traveled way near the curbed line