The Ada County Highway District is asking for your
help to find potholes in Ada County that need to be repaired. The asphalt
plants are fired up and ACHD crews are ready to hear from you!
1. Locate a pothole
2. Report it
3. ACHD will repair it as quickly as possible*
HOW TO REPORT A POTHOLE:
three ways to
report a pothole to ACHD.
- TELLUS People can report roadway
issues, give comments, concerns and compliments through the
Tellus system. All Tellus inquiries are forwarded to the
appropriate department for response.
- ACHD REPORTER People can report
potholes and other roadway problems with their
smartphones using the ACHD Reporter app. Simply click on the link below and follow the
instructions to download the app to your cell phone. Then,
take a picture of the pothole, give a brief description of
the location, and hit send. Now you can report potholes (or
any other roadway issue) anytime, anywhere!
ACHD Reporter Smartphone App
- CALL (208) 387-6325 (E. of Cole Road) or
(208) 387-6350 (W. of Cole Road).
Though there may be other contributing factors, potholes are generally created when water
gets into the base material of the road, weakening the structure.
over the poorly supported asphalt surface then causes the road to begin
*ACHD Maintenance crews normally respond and fill pothole requests
within 24 hours. However, due to the increased volume of requests during this
event, response times may vary.
**ACHD Reporter should not be used to report emergencies. In case of
emergency, dial 911.