Heavy rains have taken a toll on Worth County roads.
Asphalt in recently filled pot holes has been washed away causing danger to drivers.
Officials say York Road, Sumner Road, and Spring Flats Road are all riddled with small openings.
The pot holes can cause damage to cars and tear tires.
Commissioners say the rain is keeping their contractor from fixing the problem.
"The pothole patching we've had going on over the last several months back, prior to this wet season, a lot of them they'd patch one day and two days later they'd come right back out," said Billy McDonald, Worth County Commissioner.
McDonald says hopefully the commission will be able to hire a company who can do the job without having to come back.