DENVER (KDVR) — It’s back again, pothole season. Denver has already seen record-breaking rainfall this spring, and all the moisture is causing problems on roads and highways.
This May is already the 11th wettest on record with 4.65 inches of rainfall so far, and there is still half of the month to go.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is addressing the pothole problem and is asking drivers to watch out for road closures as crews work on repairs.
Potholes are a part of life in Colorado, but you can be a part of the solution by reporting them so that repairs can be scheduled.
Who you can call
To report a pothole, call one of these CDOT hotlines depending on the area its located:
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