Today, Forsyth has become the 17th city or county in Georgia to launch SeeClickFix. They are now part of a growing movement of Georgia cities and counties that are using SeeClickFix to provide better citizen services across the state. Now, Forsyth’s 4,000+ citizens will be able to easily report quality-of-life issues (such as potholes, junk on the side of the road, or blight) directly to City Hall with the right information to get the issues fixed.
“We look forward to launching the SCF app to provide citizens with a way to work with the local government to report issues and to also help us as city employees be more mindful of what is important to the citizens and take ownership in getting issues resolved.”
-Janice L. Hall, City Manager
SeeClickFix is available for Android and iPhone.