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.
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We’re excited to welcome the Town of Chapel Hill, our newest partner in North Carolina! Chapel Hill, a town with a rich history of culture, arts, and education, will be using SeeClickFix to facilitate service to its community. We are proud to be working together.
It’s official — the town of Killingly, CT is launching SeeClickFix! SeeClickFix is a mobile app and website tool to report quality-of-life issues directly to Town Hall. Now, Killingly’s 17,000+ citizens will be empowered to report issues — from potholes to illegal dumping — to the right department to get them fixed.
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, 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
Today, Middletown, CT is excited to announce the launch of SeeClickFix! SeeClickFix is a software platform for citizens to report non-emergency issues so that government agencies can track, manage, and respond to citizen concerns.
Today, Fort Dodge, IA launched SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool, for its 24,000+ citizens. The city has been implementing Lean Government improvement for over 5 years. Now, SeeClickFix is a part of the agenda, making it easier for citizens to report issues – like potholes and sidewalk issues – directly to City Hall. Fort Dodge’s … Continued
Today, the City of Roswell, GA is announcing the launch of SeeClickFix, a popular citizen reporting tool being used in many cities across Georgia. Now, Roswell’s 94,000+ citizens will be able to easily report quality-of-life issues (such as potholes, junk on the side of the road, or overgrown grass) directly to City Hall with the right information to get the issues fixed.
Today, Broken Arrow, OK launched SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool, for its 100,000+ citizens. Citizens can now report issues – like potholes, graffiti, illegal dumping, and more – and engage directly with their city government.
In 2015, the City of Forsyth wanted to have citizens be a larger part of the process of handling quality-of-life issues. They wanted a tool to easily gather citizen input on issues that mattered to them the most!