See a pothole and want to get it fixed? There's an app for that.
Today Spokane Mayor David Condon accounced the launch of a new online service to report pothles.
The website based service can be accessed on laptop and desktop computers, smart phones and tablets by clicking here.
“We want to make it easy for citizens to interact with us on issues both big and small,” Mayor Condon said. “This is part of a much larger effort to improve customer service and enhance communication with citizens.”
According to the City, all you have to do is enter information about the size and location of the pothole. You can also “pin” the location on a map and send a photo.
The reported information will go directly to the City’s Street Department to be scheduled for repair.
You can still always call in to report a pothole through the Streets Department at (509) 625-7733.
The city says crews prioritize pothole repairs based on size and location, with the largest potholes on the busiest streets being repaired first. Crews fill potholes all year long.