Research Triangle High School is the 1st high school ever to launch SeeClickFix.
Caroline, Author at SeeClickFix
Chattahoochee Hills, GA is becoming a small town with big city technology. Today, they are launching SeeClickFix — a mobile 311 app that will empower their residents to submit requests for service directly to City Hall.
The City of Seat Pleasant, MD may be small, but it’s known for being “A Smart City of Excellence”. Today, they will be living up their motto with their celebration of hometown superstar Kevin Durant and their launch of their new mobile 311 app SeeClickFix.
It’s official. The City of Fayette is launching “Fayette 311” (powered by SeeClickFix) that will allow residents to to quickly and easily connect with City Hall.
It’s official — Kewanee, IL is launching SeeClickFix to their 12,000+ residents today. Now, their residents will be able to report quickly and easily non-emergency issues directly to City Hall.
Today, the City of Edgewood becomes the 1st city in Kentucky to launch SeeClickFix. Now, Edgewood’s 8,700+ residents can use SeeClickFix to report quality-of-life issues directly from their mobile phones to City Hall.
At SeeClickFix’s Northeast User Group meeting, we asked local government leaders one question: How has SeeClickFix impacted your community?
The City of Jonesboro, GA has launched its new city-wide mobile app, powered by SeeClickFix, at their Mother’s Day concert this weekend!
We are excited to announce a new feature for service organizations using SeeClickFix. It’s called Due Dates and it helps you to prioritize and plan your requests for service.
The Town of Braintree, MA announced today that they have launched Commonwealth Connect – powered by SeeClickFix. With Commonwealth Connect, residents can easily report quality-of-life issues — like damaged sidewalks and illegal dumping.