Building off the success of our past three annual events, we are thrilled to announce the SeeClickFix WrenchHeart Winter Workshop 2017!
Today, North Port, FL is launching North RePort, a civic engagement and reporting app powered by SeeClickFix, for its 50,000+ residents. The City of North Port aims to provide tools which make it easier for those they serve to let the City know their concerns, as well as make it easy for staff to respond … Continued
Today, Homeowner Management Services (HMS) Association Management in Georgia is launching HMS Fix It, a citizen reporting tool. Through the HMS Fix It smartphone app, residents will be able to quickly report an issue to HMS with all the details needed to keep their communities looking great and improve communication with clients. HMS was … Continued
Citizens and local governments work together every day on SeeClickFix to fix issues in their communities. Through open dialogue and connection, community issues can turn from moments of tension to moments of sincere gratitude.
Today, Rochester, MI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 13,000+ residents. Residents can now connect directly with the City about issues like potholes, graffiti, and more, through a custom mobile app called Rochester Works. Rochester joins an incredible network of SeeClickFix partners in Michigan, anchored by the cities of Ann Arbor and … Continued
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
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
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
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
Today, Sterling Heights, MI is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool, for its 130,000+ citizens. Citizens can now report issues – like potholes, graffiti, and more – and engage directly with their city government. The tool will also help handle issues unique to Sterling Heights, especially snow and post-storm issues. Sterling Heights is joining a … Continued