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(April 19, 2019)

A southwest Omaha road closed last month for pothole repair is expected to reopen next week. The reconstruction of South 144th Street between U and Q started in mid-March, the damaged concrete has been completely removed and replaced.

Concrete panel replacement is also underway at 152nd and Stoney Brook, 79th & K, 13th & Grace and the roads surrounding Westroads. 

In the last week, April 12-18, city and contractor crews work Monday-Friday 7am-7pm and Saturday and Sunday.  

 

APRIL 12-18

REPORTED POTHOLES:  3,191*

POTHOLES REPAIRED:  6,177

ASPHALT USED:  867  TONS

 

APRIL 5-11

REPORTED POTHOLES: 3,175*

POTHOLES REPAIRED:   6,020

ASPHALT USED:   843 TONS

 

MARCH 29-APRIL 4

REPORTED POTHOLES: 5,772*

POTHOLES REPAIRED: 7,445 

ASPHALT USED:  1,044 TONS

 

MARCH 18-27

REPORTED POTHOLES: 7,407*

POTHOLES REPAIRED: 5,550

ASPHALT USED:  775 TONS

*We continue to take all reports, even duplicates. The actual number of new potholes reported is lower than the figures listed here.

 The repair estimate is based on the amount of asphalt used and the average size of repaired potholes (3’ x 3’ x 8” deep). We are using this estimate because pothole reports are bundled into work orders for scheduled repairs.  A work order can be one pothole, or a street with multiple potholes, so this estimate is the most accurate number.

During the week April 12 - April 18 we worked at these locations repairing potholes with asphalt.

Repairs at some locations listed here are still underway.

AMES:   52nd to 72ND

BAY MEADOWS ROAD

BLONDO: 102ND TO 108TH

BOYD: 82ND TO 87TH

CALIFORNIA: 44TH TO 46TH

CROWN POINT: WENNINGHOFF TO 78TH

CROWN POINT: 72ND TO MILITARY

DAHLMAN AVENUE: “A” to “L”

FARNAM:  19TH TO 24TH

“F” STREET:  24TH TO 60TH

“F” STREET: 108TH TO 187TH

FLORENCE BLVD: AMES TO SAHLER

HARNEY STREET: 154TH STREET TO HARNEY CIRCLE

HARRISON: 176TH TO 180TH

“L” STREET: 33RD TO 42ND

LEAVENWORTH: 50TH TO 52ND

LOCUST-16TH TO FLORENCE BLVD

MAPLE: 83RD TO 89TH

MORMON BRIDGE ROAD

PIEDMONT DRIVE: PACIFIC TO 154TH

RAILROAD AVENUE & GILMORE AVENUE

“Q” STREET: 84TH TO 108TH

SKYLINE DRIVE

SPRAGUE STREET: FLORENCE BLVD. TO 30TH STREET

WEST CENTER ROAD:  90TH TO 108TH

WEST MAPLE ROAD: 120TH TO 132ND

WEST MAPLE ROAD: 144TH TO 156TH

WEST MAPLE ROAD: 192ND TO ELKHORN DRIVE

WESTROADS LOOP

WESTWOOD LANE: PEDERSEN DRIVE TO 122ND

WRIGHT STREET: 181ST TO 186

WYCLIFFE DRIVE/PIEDMONT

24TH STREET: DOUGLAS TO HARNEY  

30th STREET: PRATT TO SORENSEN

42ND: BURDETTE TO OHIO

42ND STREET:  LEAVENWORTH TO “R”

42ND STREET:  LEAVENWORTH TO DODGE

48th & NEBRASKA AVENUE

48TH STREET: CALIFORNIA TO CHICAGO

48TH STREET: HARRISON TO DODGE

50TH STREET: GROVER TO “L”

52ND STREET:  LEAVENWORTH TO CENTER

66TH STREET: WESTERN TO UNDERWOOD

72ND STREET: IZARD TO FARNAM

78TH STREET: PACIFIC TO MERCY

82ND & “D”

90TH & BLONDO

90TH STREET: MAPLEWOOD TO FORT

108TH & FORT

120TH: CENTER TO “L”

132ND STREET:  MAPLE TO EAGLE RUN

132ND STREET: RENFRO TO HARRISON

144th STREET: CENTER TO INDUSTRIAL

144TH STREET: PACIFIC TO “Q”

150th STREET: DODGE TO BEMIS

156TH STREET:  BLONDO TO DODGE

168TH STREET:  OAK TO CENTER

108TH STREET: "Q" TO TRAILRIDGE


We request citizens make pothole reports to the Mayor’s Hotline 402-444-5555, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or omahahotline.com rather than social media sites so reports can be promptly reported to the

Street Maintenance Division for repair.

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