Westland, MI launches SeeClickFix for 85,000+ citizens, joins 18+ Michigan cities!

Today, Westland, Michigan Mayor, William R. Wild, is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 85,000+ residents. Westland citizens now have yet another convenient way to communicate directly with City Hall through a custom branded mobile app called Westland Click & Fix. Citizens can report quality-of-life issues like graffiti, illegal dumping, blight and much more, with photos, descriptions, automatic geolocation, and more.

Westland is joining a growing and bustling network of SeeClickFix partner cities in Michigan, including communities like Clawson, Ann Arbor, Portage, Grand Haven, Detroit, Roseville, and more. Westland continues to demonstrate its commitment to citizen engagement, efficiency, transparency, and accountability.

westland app image With SeeClickFix, Westland citizens can easily report issues on the go, receive real-time updates on the city’s progress on fixing them, and connect with officials as well as neighbors.

With these new tools, Mayor Wild wants to engage more citizens, increase internal efficiency, and add to the Michigan way of providing government transparency. Westland’s partnership with SeeClickFix marks a step forward for an efficient and transparent city, and more broadly, a better Michigan.

“The residents of Westland are our first line of defense to spot issues around the city and with this new tool they can communicate their concerns quickly and conveniently,” commented Mayor Wild. “We are committed to finding new innovations and technologies that allow us to communicate with the residents efficiently and improve transparency.”

Download the app for iPhone or Android.