Pothole Patrol: Crews working to fill potholes in Hampton Roads

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NORFOLK, Va. - Crews in Hampton Roads are working to fill potholes that are emerging due to the recent temperature swings.

VDOT says crews have been proactively repairing trouble spots on interstates and on state-maintained primary and secondary roads.

Crews will continue to repair potholes on state-maintained roads as damage arises.

Pothole Patrol

Find out how to report a pothole in your area below


Anyone who spots a pothole on a state-maintained road is asked to report it so the district can repair as many as possible. To do so, call VDOT’s Customer Care Center at 1-800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623) or visit http://my.vdot.virginia.gov.


Virginia Beach:

Virginia Beach Public Works: 757-385-1470 or 311 in Virginia Beach

Submit a report online



Norfolk Department of Works  at 757-823-4050.

Submit a report online



Suffolk Department of Public Works Roadways Maintenance Hotline: 757-514-7600

Submit a report online



Public Works Dept: 757-393-8666

Submit a report online



Customer Contact Center: 757-382-CITY

Submit a report online



Customer Call Center: 757-727-8311 or 311 in Hampton

Submit a report online


Newport News:

Street Maintenance: 757-933-2311

Submit a report online


You can also download the “SeeClickFix” app to report potholes in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampton and Newport News!


If you know of a pothole in your area, here’s how to report it to the right people so it can be fixed!

If there’s a pothole you need us to help Take Action on, let us know! Email us at “Taking Action@wtkr.com”

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