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
It’s official — Kewanee, IL is launching SeeClickFix to their 12,000+ residents today. Now, their residents will be able to report quickly and easily non-emergency issues directly to City Hall.
One of the most important tools for managing requests within SeeClickFix is the Map. Our current mapping tool has been helping government users for years, but it has some limitations. Today we are blowing these limitations away with an all new mapping tool called the Discovery Map. With the Discovery Map, you can now: View … Continued
Today, Greenfield, WI is launching SeeClickFix, a resident reporting tool for its 37,000+ residents. Residents in Greenfield can now communicate directly with the city government on their website or through a custom branded mobile app called Greenfield Resolve It.
This month, we packed our bags and continued our tour with a Summer Workshop in Detroit, Michigan – a city whose soul literally vibrates off the streets and sings through the eyes and the smiles of the people who call it home. SeeClickFix along with up to 80 people from the surrounding area and as … 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
At SeeClickFix, we are always looking for ways to improve speed and efficiency for our agency users. Today we are introducing a new tool that will dramatically speed up the process of finding and acting on requests in SeeClickFix. We call it the Sidebar and we think you’re gonna like it.
Today, the City of Edgewood becomes the 1st city in Kentucky to launch SeeClickFix. Now, Edgewood’s 8,700+ residents can use SeeClickFix to report quality-of-life issues directly from their mobile phones to City Hall.
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!