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.

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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


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

Last week we added a more powerful search engine to SeeClickFix — allowing our government users to find data more quickly, more accurately and more exhaustively. Now when you type a phrase into the search bar it will query all the text in the summary, description, address, and custom fields using natural language processing. First let’s talk … Continued