More rain, means more potholes.
City crews plan to work throughout the week to fill as many potholes as they can after the recent storm. Torrance Public Works Supervisor Steve Robinson says he doesn’t know how many potholes his team will have to fill or how much area they will canvass. But he did say they are focusing on main streets in the city, including, Torrance, Crenshaw and Hawthorne boulevards, as well as Pacific Coast Highway.
Thousands of potholes in Torrance were filled after a late January storm moved through Southern California.
To report any potholes, call the Public Works Department at (310) 781-6900. You can also submit a service request online.