Margaret Lee, Author at SeeClickFix

Today, the city of Dixon, CA is launching SeeClickFix, a resident reporting tool for its 19,000+ residents. The new tools — which includes a custom mobile app called Fixin Dixon — connects residents directly with the city government, allowing them to report neighborhood issues like graffiti, illegal dumping, potholes, water issues, and more. They will … Continued

Today, the Town of Los Altos Hills, CA is launching Los Altos Hills Connect, a custom mobile app powered by SeeClickFix. Residents can now connect directly with the town about quality-of-life issues in their neighborhoods like potholes, graffiti, illegal dumping, and more. The mobile and web tools will allow for the inclusion of photos, video, … Continued

Today, Swartz Creek, MI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 5,500+ resident. Swartz Creek residents can now communicate directly with the town government on the city website or through a desktop and mobile app. Swartz Creek is joining a vibrant network of SeeClickFix partners in Michigan — over 20 and counting. The … Continued

Today, Allegan, MI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 5,000+ residents. Allegan citizens can now connect directly with the city government on the town website or through the SeeClickFix mobile app Allegan Connect (available on iPhone and Android). Citizens can report neighborhood issues like illegal dumping, graffiti, potholes and much more and … Continued

This week, Gilbert, AZ launched SeeClickFix, a resident reporting tool for its 240,000+ residents. Using desktop or a mobile app called Gilbert 311, Gilbert residents can now engage with the city government directly around quality-of-life issues they care about in their community. Hear more about the launch of Gilbert 311 with SeeClickFix CEO and Founder, … Continued

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 … Continued

Today, Antioch, CA launches SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 113,000 residents. Community members can now connect directly with City Hall about quality-of-life issues like potholes, graffiti, illegal dumping, and more through the SeeClickFix platform. Antioch joins a network of SeeClickFix partner cities throughout northern California, including Walnut Creek, Vallejo, Alameda, and American Canyon. … Continued

Today, Oshkosh, WI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 67,000+ residents. Oshkosh citizens can now connect directly with the city government on their website or through a custom branded mobile app called Connect Oshkosh (download for iPhone or Android). Citizens can report neighborhood issues like illegal dumping, blight, graffiti, potholes and much … Continued