Pothole Palooza: DeKalb fixes 700 potholes in April
Did you know there was a Pothole Palooza happening last month in DeKalb County?
DeKalb said in a press release its Roads & Drainage Division repaired 700 potholes in April as part of the 2nd annual Pothole Palooza intensive road infrastructure improvement campaign.
The month-long push for repairs also coincided with National County Government Month, which is described as a month-long celebration to raise “public awareness and understanding about the roles and responsibilities of county government.” The theme this year was transportation and infrastructure.
The press release from the county said it has fixed 1,500 potholes so far this year. And if you missed Pothole Palooza, don’t despair. The county said crews are still working in May to fix rough roads.
You can report a pothole by calling 404-297-3813.