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!
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
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.
There are so many reasons to come to the upcoming SeeClickFix Summer Workshop. Here are just four!
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
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.
Above is the official agenda for the upcoming SeeClickFix Summer Workshop – an opportunity for city leaders and other innovators to collaborate around best practices in work/request management, public and organizational communications, and more. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. When: June 7-8 Where: Coleman A. Young Municipal Center in Detroit, Michigan Discounts Want to attend the Workshop, but … Continued
Today, the Town of Ocean Ridge, FL launches SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its population of 1,600+. Residents can now connect directly with their local government about neighborhood issues like potholes, blight, and more on the Ocean Ridge SeeClickFix mobile app or online.
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