Potholes no longer top complaint in Indianapolis

(WTHR staff)

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — A big milestone for the city of Indianapolis as for the first time since January 1, potholes have not topped the list of calls to the Mayor's Action Center.

A spokesperson from the mayor's office said, as of Monday, calls about potholes have been surpassed by calls about high weeds and grass.

That doesn't mean the city's done filling potholes.

While DPW reports having closed out 26,145 service requests for potholes as of May 21, its Pothole Viewer shows 5,950 open requests as of Wednesday afternoon.

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