Pothole stock

This Standard-Examiner file photo shows a large pothole near the intersection of North Street and Wall Avenue in February of 2017.

OGDEN — Domino's Pizza is fixing potholes along city streets in Ogden.

Or to be more precise, the company is paying to have the potholes fixed.

The pizza chain recently announced Ogden would be the recipient of their "Paving for Pizza" program, which asks customers to nominate their town for the pothole repair funds.

Ogden City Engineer Justin Anderson said the city will receive a $5,000 grant from Domino's, with city crews doing the repair work. Anderson said it hasn't yet been determined which streets would receive the work.

A press release from the pizza chain says Domino’s launched the program in June of 2018. Since it launched, Domino’s has received more than 194,000 unique nominations from 17,198 different zip codes in all 50 states.

To see a continuously updated list of Paving for Pizza grant recipients, visit pavingforpizza.com.

You can reach reporter Mitch Shaw at mishaw@standard.net. Follow him on Twitter at @mitchshaw23.

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