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The 2009 Pothole Patrol with the City of Fort St. John and Moose FM


Moose FM and the City of Fort St. John are bringing it back…the one and only Pothole Patrol.

Tell us about the pothole you’ve found around the city and you can win.  Plus you’ll be reporting the potholes directly to the City of Fort St. John so they can fix them.

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The person that finds the biggest pothole will win a grand prize worth $250.  So get out there and find those potholes.

To submit your pothole Click Here.  We’ll also post a list of the potholes submitted as the contest goes on.

You have until April 22nd to submit your pothole. Remember that you can submit a pothole found in a businesses parking lot…but the City can’t repair that pothole. 

LocationSize (inches)
93st, dirt section by Kin ParkMultitude of little potholes
End of Tim Hortons Drive through by mall12around x 4 deep…also very bumpy around pothole
96th street infront of Ambulance building.9 inches wide 2 inches deep, but it comes with a sharp edge and long rut.
Entrance to Blockbuster and Ship to Shore 2103 long 4 deep and 35 wide…it’s like a reverse speedbump.
Petro Canada off Highway parking lotMultiple large holes. largest messured at 125 across and 5 deep.
106th st between 104th and 105th aveAbout 4 pot holes. 20 around 1 deep.
101st Ave infront of Becky’s Hair Artists

A couple of potholes the largest is 70 by 47 and 2 deep

81st Ave at 93rdRight where the pavement becomes gravel. Deepest spot 6 inches. About 200 in length…really big reverse speed bump.
1000 block of 97th Avea few small pot holes, the largest is 54 long, 12 wide and one inch deep.

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