City of Pittsburgh Council District 6
Pothole Repairs
Public Works launches city-wide effort to fix potholes

Residents of District 6-

It’s been an especially cold winter so far this year, and a perennial problem associated with such harsh weather are crumbling streets and potholes. In a proactive approach to address this issue the Public Works Department is launching a City wide effort to fix streets in disrepair.

We need your help in locating potholes that need to be repaired. Residents can report areas of concern at, via the 311 line, or by contacting the District 6 Council Office directly at 412-255-2134. Non-residents can contact 412-255-CITY. Complaints should be as detailed as possible, with street addresses, intersections and landmarks used to ensure workers get to the right places. Once received, the City will attempt to address complaints within five days, with many being responded to within three days. Public Works crews on two eight hour shifts will be filling potholes as long as the weather cooperates.

With the help and information provided by residents such as you, City government services will be able to most efficiently fix the potholes that currently cause problems in our City streets. We hope that you will join us in this joint effort.


R. Daniel Lavelle
Councilman, District 6

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Office of Councilman R. Daniel Lavelle
414 Grant Street, 5th Floor | City County Building
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
telephone: 412-255-2134 | facsimile 412-255-0737


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