DPW battling potholes, asking for public's help

Staff Reports - INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- The Indianapolis Department of Public Works says its crews are working around the clock to fill potholes.

Freezing temperatures and recent snow led to an increase in potholes.

DPW says it's using cold patches until spring when the holes can be filled with a permanent asphalt patch.

If you see a pothole, you're asked to call the Mayor's Action Center at 317-327-4622.

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