Public Works are filling the potholes of Rapid City

RAPID CITY, S.D. — If the snow and ice don’t get you in the winter, the potholes left behind may get you later.

Crews from Rapid City Public Works are out year-round to make sure the asphalt craters are filled as promptly as possible and in the end hoping to save taxpayers a few dollars.

Dale Pfeifle, Rapid City Streets Department Superintendent, said “As you just saw it took minutes to get that done. And that’s a lot of it too. We only have so many coins in our coffer so we try to stretch them as far as we can.”

And if there are potholes you’d like to report you can call the pothole hotline at 394-4152.

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