Over 700 potholes on Lynwood city streets were filled last Friday.
After last week’s heavy rains, the city’s Public Works Department fanned out across the city–working for over 10 hours to fill the potholes.
“We had a list of requests that residents sent us via our website and by calling us,” said Sal Mendez. “We fixed as many of those as we could plus checked the streets for additional potholes while in those areas.”
Residents can continue to submit pothole requests on the city’s webpage (click here) and GOGov mobile app.
“Thanks to our Public Works Department for their hard work on Friday,” said Mayor Jose Solache. “We are making progress on repairing and updating our streets.”