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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- We've asked you on Facebook to tell us about potholes you've encountered.

The potholes we know about so far are listed here. Have one to add? Email us or post it on our Facebook page. Did the pothole get fixed? We want to know that too.

Here's our Pothole Patrol list as of April 18.

- Valley Drive Northwest at 46th Avenue, Rochester

- Valley Drive Northwest at 48th Avenue, Rochester

- 1920 South Village Drive Southeast, Rochester

- 2nd Avenue Southwest between Third and Fourth Street, Rochester

- 17th Avenue Northwest (between 16th Avenue Northwest and Cascade) in Rochester

- 3015 Valleywood Drive Southwest, Rochester

- Southbound lanes of County Road 22 where it intersects with County Road 9

- 24th Avenue Southeast off Marion Road, Rochester

- Ruby Lane Northwest, Rochester

- Scenic Oak Drive Southwest, Rochester

- Highway 60 southbound and Mower County 16

- Century Hills Drive Northeast leaving the neighborhood, Rochester

- Century Valley Road Northeast by the corner, Rochester

- Oakview Drive Northeast by the bottom of the street, Rochester

- 36th Avenue and 3rd Street Northwest in Country Club Manor, Rochester

- 16th Street Southwest and Mayowood Road, Rochester

- County Road 22 railroad tracks by Quarry Hill, Rochester

- Civic Center Drive, Rochester

- East Center Street between 8th Avenue and 10th Avenue, Rochester

- 7th Street Northeast and Mantorville Avenue, Kasson

- Texas Roadhouse parking lot, Rochester

- County Road 4 and County Road 104 heading toward Byron

- Franklin Street just before the train tracks in Winona

- Sarnia Street, Winona

- 19th Street from Jefferson Drive, Zumbrota

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