Springtime is a time of renewal.  Green grass starts growing, flowers and trees begin to bloom and pot holes come out of nowhere.

I've been driving around town and noticed many a large pot hole in the asphalt.  Pot holes are caused when the rain water seeps into cracks in the pavement and then freezes and thaws causing weak spots to form in the supporting foundation underneath.

Add in heavy vehicle traffic and the pavement begins to giveaway creating a hole in the driving surface that can cause serious tire and vehicle damage if they are not repaired by road crews.

As pot holes are popping up around town, we want to see the worst ones in your neighborhood, on your daily commute route or anywhere around town.

Share your photos with us and we will post them next week.