The City of Saskatoon has had some success recently in the war against potholes.
The city said its Report a Pothole map, where residents have been reporting potholes around the city, has been a useful tool so far.
Since its launch on March 17, the city said there have been 469 trouble locations reported by residents in all areas of Saskatoon, using the map.
Pat Hyde, director of public works with the City of Saskatoon, said they are gearing up to starting tackling all the potholes.
“Once the hot mix asphalt is available into the first two weeks of April... every size of pothole will be repaired on high-traffic, collector and arterial streets,” Hyde said. “Potholes on residential and other streets will be addressed during the summer pothole program, unless they are determined to be severe requiring attention sooner.”
The city hasn't started its spring pothole blitz yet, but said 247 of the larger reported pothole on major streets and hundreds of others off the main roads have already been repaired.