An intensified effort to identify and repair potholes starts this week by the Sacramento County Department of Transportation (SACDOT) on unincorporated area roadways.
Residents are encouraged to report potholes on Sacramento County neighborhood streets by dialing 311 (or 875-4311), or report them online at www.311.saccounty.net.
Pothole sweeps weeks are performed twice each year: in late spring to repair potholes caused by inclement weather; and in early winter to ready road surfaces for the storm season.
There are more than 5,200 lane miles of paved roadways in the County’s unincorporated area and this countywide effort will begin in the center of our service area in the Arden Arcade community and will continue through the remainder of the unincorporated area.
Throughout the year, SACDOT crews are sent into the field Monday through Friday each week to specifically repair potholes as soon as possible and typically within 72 hours. The Pothole Sweeps Week program enhances ongoing pavement maintenance activities.
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