Cincinnati's Public Services director calls potholes a rite of spring. Now the city is gearing up to repair 10,000 of them in the next three weeks.
Gerald Checco told a council committee Tuesday the department needs help from the public.
"As you know, we do not have inspectors roaming around and making surveys of streets," Checco said. "We depend on our citizens and our elected officials and our people to tell us where the potholes are."
A city release lists several ways for residents to report potholes: