Nominate a pothole in La Jolla; maybe it will get filled on Thursday

One of many potholes awaiting filling on La Jolla Parkway. Photo: Kathy Day

City crews will be in La Jolla and University City on Thursday for a “pothole event.”
Councilwoman Sherri Lightner, who helped coordinate the effort that will have multiple crews filling potholes on major streets, such as La Jolla Parkway, Torrey Pines Road and La Jolla Village Drive, wants residents to nominate additional streets.

She said in an e-mail she’s looking for any “particular street with multiple potholes for inclusion.”

Contact her office at (619) 236-6611 or
She also repeated her words urging people to report individual potholes, by calling (619) 527-7500 or visiting and clicking on “Service Request.”
“By notifying us immediately of potholes, you can help us address these problems more quickly,” her e-mail noted.

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