Mankato’s Public Works has a seven person crew working on pothole repair in the city. City leadership said that many of the potholes on area streets are a result of freeze-thaw cycles that have happened over the Winter months. You may see the crew out working on your area streets. They have been working eight hour shifts, 5 days a week and the repairs will help make the area roadways more navigable as the weather warms up. They continue to take and work on repair requests and the city staff thanks you for your patience as the work is completed. Please remember to slow down and pass with caution as they are working for everyone’s safety.
See a pothole? Let us know! Report them online at mankatomn.gov, use the SeeClickFix app, or call 507-345-0600.