PLANO (CBSDFW.COM) – North Texas has had more than its fair share of rain lately and officials in the city of Plano realize the result of some of that is a bumpy ride for residents.

The city sent out a notice saying “we’ve been seeing an increase in the number of potholes on our roadways.”

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Leaders are now encouraging residents to us online services and an app to report pothole problems and hopefully get them repaired quickly.

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Plano residents are encouraged to report potholes through Fix It Plano, a service where residents can report postholes, online, by phone, and through text message. The digital options also allow for picture attachments.

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Residents can make a request to have potholes repaired by making a “pothole report” online at plano.gov, by downloading the Fix It Plano app, or by calling or sending a text message to Fix It Plano at 469-77FIX-IT or 469-773-4948.