Despite the fact that we had a virtually snow-free winter, the city's streets have still taken a beating over the winter and with spring comes pothole season.
Potholes appear when the pavement cracks, moisture builds up in the crack and then freezes and thaws. It's a problem that the really can't avoid.
Potholes can be a year-round problem but are especially noticable in the spring after streets are plowed and sanded over the winter. While the areas for the most part escaped severe winter weather, there still are sections of roads that look like they've been chewed up and spit out — and are in need of repair.
Do you have bad potholes in your neighborhood or on your daily commute? Post the locations here and snap a picture and upload it here, too. Public Works staff can't fix potholes they aren't aware of, so a running list of potholes can help them locate problem spots.