703 North Harrison Street Richmond, Virginia
There are wide and deep potholes that pockmark the dirt and gravel alley between Harrison, Hancock, Marshall, and Clay streets in the Carver neighborhood. This alley is well trod by residents, dog walkers, and servicemen. Vehicles, including service vehicles, personal cars, and bicycles come through often, and many park behind the buildings. The potholes flood when it rains, creating a labyrinth that all of these users must maneuver. This is especially dangerous for cars that may get stuck, but it also causes a period of inconvenient bumping when driving through. Further, there are some holes that rarely dry up, and this becomes a breeding ground for mosquitos in warm weather. I can only attach an image of the largest one on the stretch that connects Hancock and Harrison.