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Notice a pothole or an abandoned bike on your latest ride?  Let us know!

To report a pothole, call the City of Long Beach’s hotline at (562) 570-3259.

Before you call, please identify the street address where the pothole is located and the nearest intersection. This will help us to respond effectively. Examples include:

1) Northbound #2 lane of Pacific Coast Highway in front of college 2) Northwest corner of XX Street and XX Avenue

Once we receive a service request, we will inspect the site in 7-10 days and prioritize the request based on severity. If an address is provided, we will mail a postcard confirmation of the service request.

For additional assistance, please call our street maintenance number: (562) 570-2700.

To report an abandoned bike that needs to be removed, please contact the Long Beach Police Department at (562) 435-6711. If, however, your bike was stolen from a college campus, please call the campus police and file a report.

Report your lost or stolen bicycle with the Long Beach Police Department at (562) 570-7260.

Remember to note the color, make, model, bicycle serial number, registration number and other unique identifiers. These details not only aid in the identification and recovery of lost or stolen bicycles and return to their rightful owners, they also assist investigators with developing useful suspect information.



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