City asking for public to report potholes

      Durapatcher truck

      Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner is asking residents to help the city report potholes.

      The mayor announced a new city email address Tuesday morning,, for reporting pothole complaints.

      Residents can also report potholes by contacting the city's hotline at 448-CITY (2489). They can also submit their complaints by tweeting them (@Syracuse1848), posting them to Facebook, or submitting them on the city's website.

      Mayor Miner says the city's goal is to fill a pothole within 24 hours of being reported.

      To help fill potholes more quickly, Miner says the DPW has added a second DuraPatcher truck to its fleet.

      DPW crews have already filled more than 2,000 potholes in the city since April 1st.