SeeClickFix has been selected as a featured urban innovator at the Hometown Summit, a national conference sponsored by the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business in Charlottesville, VA this April 13-15.
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.
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
On Thursday, February 23rd, over 60 representatives of 24+ different cities and organizations from across the country met in St. Petersburg, FL for our WrenchHeart Winter Workshop. Cities from Burlington, VT to Gilbert, AZ and everywhere in between came to share ideas and best practices on improving government services.
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
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!
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