It’s official. The City of Fayette is launching “Fayette 311” (powered by SeeClickFix) that will allow residents to to quickly and easily connect with City Hall.
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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, 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.
The City of Jonesboro, GA has launched its new city-wide mobile app, powered by SeeClickFix, at their Mother’s Day concert this weekend!
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.
On June 7th and 8th, we will be bringing our regional SeeClickFix workshop tour to the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center in Detroit, Michigan!
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.
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.
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.