Hazard Reporting Resources

Potholes, traffic signals that aren’t detecting bikes, glass in the bike lane… There are lots of non-emergency maintenance issues that can make bicycle trips more difficult. The good news? You can help! Report problems, get them fixed, and prevent mishaps for everyone who bikes in that area.

Use the following resources for information on where to report and guidelines for making effective reports.

Having trouble or not hearing back from your city? Let us know.

Attend a free class online:

No classes on this topic are currently scheduled, but you can request one for free to be provided to your East Bay community group, by filling out the short request form at BikeEastBay.org/ClassRequest.

Find more classes at BikeEastBay.org/BikeEdOnline.


Hazard Reporting Guidelines

  • Read these guidelines for tips on how to submit your report and what information to include.

Find Your City:

Use the apps, phone numbers, or website links below to access hazard reporting resources throughout the East Bay.

  • SeeClickFix *official* noted in green means that city has a formal relationship with the SeeClickFix service and will respond to all issues reported.
  • SeeClickFix *monitored* noted in yellow means that city follows and usually responds to issues reported on SeeClickFix, but they do not yet have a formal relationship with the service.

Having trouble or not hearing back from your city? Let us know.