Freeze-thaw weather leads to increase in potholes
Due to recent freeze-thaw patterns, potholes are starting to pop up across the City. Road maintenance crews are working to fix problem areas.
Potholes form on asphalt road surfaces due to seasonal freezing and thawing. The changing weather from season to season leads to the formation of potholes, which is why they tend to be more prominent in the winter and spring when the weather fluctuates.
For more information on the City’s roadway maintenance, visit kelowna.ca/transportation.