King County Parks soft launches SeeClickFix for 2 million residents!

Today, King County Parks soft launched SeeClickFix for their 2 million residents. Soon, their residents and visitors will be able to report quality-of-life issues directly from their smartphones and desktops.

“Our outreach can always be improved, which is why I sought multiple methods for citizens to submit comments or ask questions about our work. SeeClickFix offers a solution that will improve our tracking and allow us another level of engagement with users. This product gives us the opportunity to democratize and centralize our reporting, giving us improved metrics to help shape our outreach, and letting citizens know they are being heard.”
– Eli Brownell, King County Parks

For their soft launch, King County hopes to focus summer 2016 on the growing amount of trail users throughout their 175 miles of trail.

“King County is the 14th largest county in the nation. Our system of parks and open space covers 28,000 acres, more than 175 miles of regional trails and 200 parks. Our regional trails serve both a recreational and commuter user base. As such, we are constantly improving and expanding our trail system which requires significant attention and outreach.”
– Eli Brownell, King County Parks