Margaret Lee, Author at SeeClickFix

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Today, St. Johns, AZ launches SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its population of 3,500. City residents can now connect directly with their local government about neighborhood issues like potholes, graffiti, and more on the city’s website or through the SeeClickFix mobile app. St. Johns joins a growing network of SeeClickFix partner cities and towns … Continued

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Today, Redford Township, MI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 48,000+ residents. Redford residents can now engage directly with the Township government on their website or through a custom branded mobile app called Report It! Redford (for iPhone and Android). Residents are encouraged to report neighborhood issues like graffiti, illegal dumping, blight … Continued

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Today, Mt. Pleasant, MI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 26,000+ citizens. Citizens of Mt. Pleasant can now connect directly with City Hall on the city website or through a custom branded mobile app called MP City Link. If citizens see a quality-of-life issue in their neighborhood — like illegal dumping, storm … Continued

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Today, Bayside, WI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 4,500+ residents. Village residents can now connect directly with the Bayside local government about neighborhood issues like potholes, graffiti, and more on the village’s website or through a custom mobile app called Access Bayside. Bayside is joining a growing Wisconsin network of SeeClickFix … Continued

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King County Parks manages over 28,000 acres of open space that consist of 200 parks, 175 miles of regional trails, and 215 miles of backcountry trails. This partnership with SeeClickFix signals their cutting-edge interest in improving parks and recreation services with technology. The mobile app KC Parks will not only allow them to collect issues … Continued

Today, Beaumont, TX is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 118,000+ residents. Community members can now connect directly with City Hall about quality-of-life issues like potholes, graffiti, and more through a custom mobile app called Beaumont 311. Beaumont joins a network of SeeClickFix partners in Texas, which includes cities like Houston and Kyle. … Continued

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  Here’s a fact: more and more people are using mobile to connect with their governments. In 2014, over 40% of people in the US used their mobile phones to look up government services and information. This means millions of people are signing up for healthcare, paying parking tickets, and reporting neighborhood issues directly from … Continued

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  Today, we are launching SeeClickFix Work — a new cornerstone in our comprehensive civic technology suite for citizens and governments. But first, let’s give some background. In 2007, SeeClickFix was founded to empower neighbors to publicly document the issues they care about most. From the start, neighbors used free SeeClickFix tools to raise awareness … Continued

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Today, Superior, Colorado launches Superior Click and Fix, a service request reporting mobile app, for its 13,000+ residents. Community members can now engage directly with their Town government by reporting quality of life issues like potholes, graffiti, and more. Superior’s custom mobile app Superior Click and Fix, powered by SeeClickFix, will give residents a personalized … Continued

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Today, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) in Michigan is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool, becoming one of the first county road commissions in the country to partner with SeeClickFix. Residents can now report issues such as snow removal, potholes, storm drainage, bridge maintenance, and more directly to the Road Commission through the web … Continued