Brandon Municipal Cemetery
Cemetery Columbarium Plaza
Cemetery Expansion Master Plan
Cemetery Walking Tour
Concrete Foundation Form
City Hall Foyer Rental
Accidental 911 Calls
E911 / Police Operators
Enhanced 911 FAQ
When to Call 911
Economic Development Brandon
Engineering Services & Water Resources
Licensing & Permits
License and Permits - Did You Know
Mosquito Abatement Program
Buffer Zone Registration
Mosquito Abatement FAQ
Mosquito Fogging Notification Signup
Unsubscribe from Mosquito Fogging
Order a Tax Certificate
Planning & Building Safety
Purchasing & Tenders
Standard Construction Specifications
Conducting Business with Purchasing Services
General Information for Bid Opportunities
Request Parking Penalty Notice Screening
Collection Schedule / Maps
Green Cart Program
Green Cart FAQ
Green Cart Program Schedule
Green Cart Program Signup
Unsubscribe from the Green Cart Program
Set Out/ Set Back Service
Household Hazardous Waste
Tire Stewardship Manitoba
Other Acceptable Material
Asphalt / Concrete
Contaminated Soil Disposal
Tree / Wood Waste
Sanitation Bylaw #6965
Eastview Landfill / Material Recovery Facility Tours
Material Recovery Facility (MRF)
Recycling Do's & Don'ts
Streets & Roads
Water Leaks Cost Money
Unpaid Tenant Water Bills
Utility Billing Schedule
Motorists can report a pothole online through an easy-to-use web form on the City of Brandon website by clicking here.
Problem potholes can also be called in to the City of Brandon’s 24-hour Pothole Hotline at 729-2200. The line is monitored for issues to be addressed, but calls are not returned.
Potholes are prevalent in the spring due to the season’s freeze-thaw cycles. During warmer weather, snow melts, which causes water to seep into cracks in the pavement. When temperatures drop below freezing, the water freezes and puts pressure on the pavement, which can “push” the pavement out of place and create a pothole.
It should be noted that the following roadways within City of Brandon limits are under the jurisdiction of the Province of Manitoba and, therefore, do not fall within the City of Brandon’s pothole patching program:
Provincial staff regularly monitor and repair all provincially maintained roads in Brandon, in the most timely manner possible. Residents wishing to report a pothole or unsafe driving condition on a Provincial roadway can call l 1-866-MANITOBA (1-866-626-4862).
Residents should also note that the City of Brandon’s pothole patching program does not apply to the aprons (sloped approaches) leading into private driveways.
The City of Brandon reminds all motorists that you should never swerve to avoid a pothole in your path! Drivers are advised to reduce their speed when approaching a pothole, but don’t brake when driving over the pothole as this can cause more damage.
More pothole navigation pointers can be found by visiting the Manitoba Public Insurance website’s pothole page.
The City of Brandon appreciates the public’s cooperation in reporting all potholes and doing their part in keeping our roads safer.
Back to Top