Does San Diego have 311?
Last year, the city of San Diego investigated how efficiently it fixes basic infrastructure problems. It's 311, and in many cities 311 works with a website and mobile app where people can report problems without picking up a phone.
What is the best way to fill a pothole?
Step 1 – Clean pothole. Remove large loose rocks and other debris. Step 2 – Pour and spread cold-patch material into pothole. Step 3 – Compact material with hand tamper, car tires or another suitable compaction method that provides an even, level compacted surface.
How do I request a road repair in San Diego?
(877) 684-8000 Toll-Free or 1-858-694-3850.
If the driver does not notify the resident but they notice that the container is cracked or damaged in a way that will not allow it to be safely used for collection, residents may request a repair or a new container by emailing email@example.com or calling 858-694-7000.
Get It Done San Diego is the official app for reporting non-emergency problems to the City of San Diego. You can report problems like potholes or graffiti and connect directly to the City's work tracking system.
are maintained by Caltrans. There are many private roads maintained by property owners, and other public roads, such as those within incorporated cities, that are not in the County Maintained System.
The areas most prone to pothole development are where drainage is poor (particularly where roads dip, such as the trough under viaducts), where vehicular traffic is greatest – especially heavy vehicle traffic – and where poor maintenance allows small fissures to deteriorate.
The state highway system of the U.S. state of California is a network of highways that are owned and maintained by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). Each highway is assigned a Route (officially State Highway Route) number in the Streets and Highways Code (Sections 300-635).
It is up to the entity that owns the road to inspect for potholes and make repairs in a timely manner. On public roads, this entity is typically the county.
If this is an urgent issue, please contact the police non-emergency number at (619) 531-2000. For emergencies, dial 9-1-1.
"Get it done." means to getting a particular thing (it) completed or finished with.