Here’s How to Report Those Pesky Potholes

Photo courtesy of VDOT

Potholes.

They are a way of life on the roads as temperatures change in the winter and early spring months. With the blizzard behind us, but warmer temperatures right now, please report potholes you encounter!

Your car will thank you.

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) maintains most primary and secondary roads in the county and fixes potholes. You can look up who maintains every road in the county.

VDOT’s new online reporting tool makes it easier to pinpoint exactly where you see a pothole. You can also report potholes directly from your mobile device and include images (**but NOT while driving!).

VDOT pothole reporting map

Report Potholes to VDOT

 

You also can call VDOT at 1-800-FOR-ROAD (1-800-367-7623) to report potholes or to ask who maintains a road.

 

Potholes on Roads VDOT Does Not Maintain

VDOT does not maintain all major roads in the area, however. If you see potholes on these roads:


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