Jefferson County pothole repair blitz begins

Jefferson County pothole repair blitz begins
Public Works crews are repairing potholes throughout Jefferson County. (Source: WAVE 3 News)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Good news for drivers in Jefferson County: The pothole repair blitz has begun.

On Thursday, Public Works started the annual campaign to repair roads throughout Jefferson County.

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Last year, crews repaired more than 46,000 potholes. That number was down compared to 2016, when 68,000 potholes were fixed.

There are three ways to report a pothole: By using the hashtag #502pothole on Twitter, filling out a form on the city website or by calling Metro Call via 311 or 574-5000. Metro Call can also be reached by email at

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