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It's Pothole Season! Learn How to Report Potholes in the Township

 
Posted on Thursday March 25, 2021
 
So how do you report a pothole? This depends on the pothole's location. Read more to find out!
 
It's pothole season! ?? Potholes are caused by expanding and contracting ground water underneath pavement. We tend to see many potholes this time of year when our nighttime temperatures dip below freezing, and daytime temperatures rise above freezing.

So how do you report a pothole? This depends on the pothole's location.

For State roads, please contact PennDOT Pothole Repair at: 1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623). Try to be as specific as possible when describing the pothole's location. For state routes, callers must report the county, municipality, street name and route number.

State Roads:
• Welsh Road (Route 63)
• Blair Mill Road
• County Line Road
• Norristown Road
• Limekiln Pike (Route 152)
• Easton Road (Route 611)
• Route 309
• Horsham Road (from Route 611 – Lower State Road)

For roads maintained by Montgomery County, please call the county at: (610) 275-2368

County Roads:
• Butler Pike
• Horsham Road (From Route 611 - Blair Mill Road)

To report potholes on a Horsham Township road, please contact the Public Works Department at (215) 672-6913, email us at [email protected] or use our Report A Concern feature on and select Pothole.