Crews deployed to patch Winnipeg pot holes

Winter hasn’t yet released its frigid grip on Winnipeg, but crews are already out combating the annual pothole problem the city faces.

Efforts will ramp up when temperatures warm to near 0 C, officials say

Three crews have been deployed to repair potholes, according to the City of Winnipeg.

Winter hasn’t yet released its frigid grip on Winnipeg, but crews are already out combating the annual pothole problem the city faces.

Three City of Winnipeg crews have been hand-patching potholes on Bishop Grandin Boulevard and other areas.

Officials said they plan to ramp up efforts once temperatures rise to around 0 C.

When things are a bit warmer, patching machines and hand-asphalting crews will be deployed.

If you spot a pothole in Winnipeg, you’re asked to contact 311.