Thanks to extremely dry weather, Tulsa hasn't had as many potholes in recent months.
Recent storms, however, have produced a fresh crop of the annoying hazards in area roadways.
The city of Tulsa has a two-tiered approach to fixing the streets.
First, crews fan out as soon as the weather dries the roads and check the main, or arterial, streets to make temporary repairs.
They also rely on the public to report fresh potholes.
One can visit the City of Tulsa website and fill out an online form to report potholes, or call the Mayor's Action Line at 918-596-2100 to do it by phone.
Later, the city goes back and makes more permanent repairs, if necessary cutting out the affected part of the roadway and rebuilding it from the ground up.