ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – After a huge snowstorm clobbered the St. Louis area last week, pot holes left behind can be real wheel busters and bog down your drive to work.
The City of St. Louis will send15-20 crews out Monday to take care of potholes, but they need your help to find them.
So far, St. Louis has only received about 30 reports of potholes, but if you've driven around lately you know there are way more out there.
Crews spent a big part of Sunday patching big holes that were reported, but after that they had to search for others.
Call the City of St. Louis at 314-622-4800, tweet @stlstreets or fill out an online form to report a problem.
If there's a pothole on a highway, contact Missouri Department of Transportation by calling 1-888-275-6636 or via an online form or Illinois Department of Transportation by calling 1-800-452-4368 or via online form.
For St. Louis County roadways, contact the Department of Highways and Traffic.
One more thing, if you are coming downtown Monday, parking enforcement is back so don't forget to pay those meters.