Mayor to the city of Syracuse: Alert us to your potholes

Published 04/22 2014 10:18AM

Updated 04/22 2014 06:41PM

Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The mayor is asking Syracuse residents to alert city officials to any potholes they believe present a concern.

Mayor Stephanie Miner held a press conference at the Department of Public Works building on Tuesday to discuss the city’s pothole problem.

The mayor also used the occasion to unveil a piece of new equipment that will be used in street repairs.

The DPW recently purchased a Durapatch machine to help it combat the high number of potholes in the city.

Alerts can be emailed to or you can call the city’s hotline, (315) 448-2489.

There are also a number of online options for alerting the city including:
Residents can also use the city’s website to check on the status of a pothole that has been reported.

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