Who should I call to report a pothole?
Santa Cruz County also maintain approximately 412.322 miles of hard surface county roads and streets. Maintenance requirements for this roadway system includes overlays and chip seal. Another aspect of routine maintenance by the Road Division is the repair of potholes. Crews inspect the roads on a regular basis and patch holes in the road surface as they occur.

When you see a pothole a call to the Road Division 520-375-7830 will assure that a service request is written, and the pothole will be repaired as soon as possible.

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1. How often will may dirt road be graded?
2. Who should I call to report a pothole?
3. Who should I call if I see a traffic sign down or damaged?
4. A tree branch is obstructing my view at an intersection, will the county trim it?
5. Does the county clean out or repair lanes or alleys?
6. Who is responsible for cleaning out my driveway culvert?
7. Can I do work of any kind in the county right of way?
8. How can we help you?
9. How can you help us?
10. Where does the Road Division get its funding?