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Open Issues: 20 Closed Issues: 4,566 Acknowledged Issues: 2,002
Watching issues created after: 2010-02-23

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  • 202-240 Hamline Ave St Paul, MN 55104, USA - Merriam Park
    This is a rather large pothole in the leftbound lane, dangerous to the driver-side tires, just before the intersection of Marshall.
  • 540-558 Maryland Ave W St Paul, MN 55117, USA - North End
  • 1-47 S Hamline Ave St Paul, MN 55105, USA - Macalester-Groveland
    In the northbound lane, there are several small potholes here.
  • 829-891 N Eustis St St Paul, MN 55114, USA - Saint Anthony
    This stretch coming off of 280 going south is the worst I've encountered anywhere so far. north and south of University and just before the on ramp back onto 94.
  • 765 Front Ave St Paul, MN 55103, USA - North End
    West bound lane is very poor... small potholes all the way along
  • large holes Archived
    2413-2451 Franklin Ave St Paul, MN 55114, USA - Saint Anthony
    There are a number of large holes in this area as you turn west onto Franklin off of, I think it's, Palin
  • 705 Front Ave St Paul, MN 55103, USA - North End
    West bound lane is very poor... small potholes all the way along
  • 987 Como Blvd E St Paul, MN 55117, USA - North End
    The stretch from Victoria to 35E is full of deep and wide potholes, especially between Dale and Victoria.
  • 200-298 John Ireland Blvd St Paul, MN 55102, USA - Downtown
    deep gouges in the northbound lanes - not the worst in st. paul, but left unattended - these will get worse
  • Large Hole Archived
    496 Front Ave St Paul, MN 55117, USA - North End
    About 2' x 3' in east bound lane
  • 819 Front Ave St Paul, MN 55103, USA - North End
    West bound lane is very poor... small potholes all the way along
  • 635 Randolph Ave St Paul, MN 55102, USA - West 7th
    Road was torn up in the Fall (as part of a construction project) and never repaved. Now there are large, frozen pits in the mud and rock. Ironically enough, the construction project is the new Fire Department HQ and fire station -- hope they get in fixed before the trucks move in next month!