How to report a pothole in Southfield or surrounding jurisidictions
The Streets & Highway Division of Public Works is responsible for maintaining over 250 miles of roads and streets within the City of Southfield. The City of Southfield increases the number of crews that are actively repairing potholes throughout the city on a priority basis during the winter months. The City of Southfield is not responsible for maintaining roads located in the city that are under the jurisdiction of the State of Michigan or Oakland County. Click on the City of Southfield Primary Road Jurisdiction Map button below to determine the correct agency to report any potholes that you may encounter.
To report a pothole in the City of Southfield, please use the Southfield Solutions app southfieldmi.qscend.com/311/request/add/ or call the City's special Pothole Hotline at (248) 796-4000.
- To report a pothole to Oakland County – Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) – call (877) 858-4804 or visit www.rcocweb.org/FormCenter/Contact-Us-4/Contact-Us-Form-43/.
- To report a pothole to the State of Michigan – Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) – call (888) 296-4546 or visit www.michigan.gov/mdot/travel/commuters/potholes/.
Your patience and cooperation during this process is greatly appreciated. For more information, call the Streets & Highway Division of the Public Works Department at (248) 796-4860.