DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - UPDATE 2/8:City officials with Davenport are letting residents know they can report a pothole by calling Public Works at 563-326-7923 during business hours. Those hours are from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. They can also submit a request online at this link.
Officials say when submitting a request, to give a rough estimate on how big the pothole is to help them prioritize. This way the largest can get filled first, the smallers one following that.
Officials say when submitting the request online, you do not need to create an account, you can do so anonymously. You can also provide pictures.
ORIGINAL: Multiple viewers have reached out to TV6 in regards to the city of Davenport's pothole issues, and TV6 got answers.
Officials with the city of Davenport say they're out filling potholes and if viewers can provide the approximate size of the pothole, that would help out city workers.
"When people call or report online, if they could give us an approximate size of the pothole, it would really help out," Nicole with Davenport Public Works tells TV6. "This makes sure we prioritize the worst ones above ones that can wait a bit longer. We are out filling potholes with cold mix whenever we are not plowing right now, but it will be a while before we can get to them all. Later winter/early Spring is always a challenge with potholes, but the extra harsh last two weeks will likely make this season worse."
To make requests for service through the city you can head to this link.