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Jersey City moves from snow removal to pot hole repair
JERSEY CITY (WABC) -- Jersey City is moving on to part two of its efforts to reclaim its streets from tons of snow.
Three crews hit the streets Thursday to begin filling pot holes around New Jersey's second largest city.
They are targeting West Side Avenue, Central Avenue and Washington Street
Snow removal began Tuesday as heavy equipment cleared main roads and commercial areas.
Residents are also being asked to submit pothole locations to the Resident Response Center for repairs.
Any resident wishing to report a pothole can do so through the Jersey City mobile app - the JC RRC FIX IT app - available for free in both the iTunes and Android mobile app stores. Residents can take a photo of the pothole submit it directly through the app.
In addition to registering potholes, residents can identify a range of constituent concerns via the app directly to the Resident Response Center. Examples include graffiti, loud noise, garbage, and more.
To report a pothole, residents can also call the RRC at 201-547-4900 or visit the city website at JerseyCityNJ.gov and scroll down to find the RRC logo and online request form.
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