Covering over 70 square miles with a population of just over 20,000, Scarborough will be using SeeClickFix to communicate with, and better service, constituents.
Caroline, Author at SeeClickFix
We’re excited to announce that the Commonwealth Connect program (powered by SeeClickFix) continues to expand in Massachusetts! The City of Leominster has now launched it for their residents to use.
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) announced on Friday that SeeClickFix was selected to be this month’s “Murphy’s Innovator of the Month.” Many individuals — including city leaders, employees, and citizens — had nominated SeeClickFix to win this recognition.
The Town of Sudbury, MA is officially launching Commonwealth Connect, powered by SeeClickFix. With the Commonwealth Connect program, Sudbury will be able to empower their 18,000+ residents will the ability to report quality-of-issues directly from their phone or desktop to the right town department.
Alachua County now joins Sarasota County and Pinellas County as the third Florida county to provide its 240,000+ population with the ability to report neighborhood issues directly to the county. It also joins the largest city in the county, Gainesville, as a SeeClickFix partner!
We’re excited to welcome the Town of Chapel Hill, our newest partner in North Carolina! Chapel Hill, a town with a rich history of culture, arts, and education, will be using SeeClickFix to facilitate service to its community. We are proud to be working together.
The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) has become the first transit agency in Florida to directly partner with SeeClickFix.
Check out the official agenda for the upcoming WrenchHeart Winter Workshop!
There are many reasons to go to the WrenchHeart Winter Workshop in February. Here are just 5!
It’s official — the town of Killingly, CT is launching SeeClickFix! SeeClickFix is a mobile app and website tool to report quality-of-life issues directly to Town Hall. Now, Killingly’s 17,000+ citizens will be empowered to report issues — from potholes to illegal dumping — to the right department to get them fixed.