Serano posted the picture to Facebook. Within days of the celebration, the public works department filled the hole, CNN reported.
Serano said he's seen more and more potholes in his neighborhood in recent years. He told WDAF-TV he thinks more money should be allocated to road repairs.
Maggie Green, of the Kansas City Department of Public Works, said the weather often poses a challenge to getting potholes fixed. Since the beginning of the year, Kansas City's 311 Center received around 15,000 reports of potholes, Green said. So far, about 10,000 of the potholes have been fixed.
Serano told CNN he doesn't want to have to throw another pothole party.
"It's great that they came and fixed it, but my gosh, if this is what it takes to get potholes fixed, we'll never get anything done," he said.