Some city workers will have to work on a Sunday to patch potholes that opened all over town thanks to all the rain.
City Manager Peter Zanoni has activated street operations crews to report to work tomorrow for a full eight-hour shift. There will be three, four-person crews on the job Sunday and seven, four person crews on the job until Friday.
Zanoni said the goal was to get a head start in patching all the potholes.
It will take several days to get the job done.
If you know of some potholes you'd like to report to the city you can do so by calling 826-CITY starting at 7 a.m. Monday morning.