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Pothole Problems: See, Say Which Roads Are the Worst in Cartersville, Bartow County

Click on the SeeClickFix interactive map to report the latest street and road issues, track and vote on them, and monitor governments' responses for a fix.

While heavy rainfall and frigid temps this winter could contribute to pothole problems on local roadways well into the spring months, you may already know of a Cartersville street or Bartow County road in need of repair.

As they develop, click on "report an issue" in the SeeClickFix map above to note potholes and other road problems affecting your street or community. Also see what complaints others have logged, zooming in or out on the map to see specific neighborhoods and areas. 

Cartersville Patch will share the link to this story with the Georgia Department of Transportation, the Bartow County Road Department and the City of Cartersville Public Works, so officials know where repairs are needed most.

We'll update this page with any feedback from those agencies.

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steve February 18, 2013 at 02:54 PM
The roads here are great compared to some states.
Big T February 18, 2013 at 03:15 PM
Euharlee Road could benefit from a 2' widening and overlay and a new bridge at the Etowah River. From Harrison Road to the Cartersville City limits, there are shoulder drop-offs and the travel paths are rabbled out.
Always an Emerson girl! February 19, 2013 at 01:31 AM
You obviously haven't traveled Tennessee Street between Porter and Johnson Streets.

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