Have you ever been frustrated by potholes when you're driving down the road?

Not only are potholes annoying, but they can also cause damage to your vehicle resulting in costly repairs. How many times have you complained about county roads? You're driving along and there's road damage or potholes and you're wondering "why doesn't the county fix the dang road?" Well, it's possible they simply aren't aware of the problem.

Introducing the Road Problem Reporter In Mesa County

Mesa County has now launched what it calls the Road Problem Reporter which will give residents an easy way to let the county know where there are problems whether it pertains to roads, bridges, drainage, weeds, snow, and various other issues. Just a couple of clicks on the online portal and help is on the way. It even gives you the option to submit a photo of the problem.

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How Do You Know If the Road Is County, City, or State?

The Road Problem Reporter is only for roads that are maintained by the county. When you go to the portal,  you'll be able to determine if the road in question belongs to the county. If it's not a county road, you'll get information on how to report the problem to the correct jurisdiction.

25 Problems You Can Report In Mesa County and Get Results

When you see a problem in Mesa County, there's now an easy way to report the issue to authorities. It's possible they aren't aware of the problem. Scroll on for a quick look at the wide range of annoying problems you can report through the brand new Mesa County Road Problem Reporter.

White Knuckle Your Way Down Colorado's Most Dangerous Roads

Slivers of asphalt cling to mountainsides with barely enough room for a subcompact car, let alone the monster RVs peppering the roadways. Blind corners leave even the most experienced drivers wondering what awaits around the bend. Let's not forget the thousand-foot drops with nothing between safety and impending doom but a thin slice of gravel -- talk about white knuckles.

If you're brave enough to "risk your life" for beautiful views, you won't be disappointed.

How many of these dangerous roads have you traveled in Colorado?



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