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Today, Pinson, AL is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 7,000+ residents. Community members in Pinson can now communicate directly with the Pinson town government about quality-of-life neighborhood issues like illegal dumping, graffiti, potholes, storm issues, and more on the web and through a custom branded mobile app called Pinson SeeClickFix. Pinson is … 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

Today, the City of Topeka, Kansas is making a conscious effort to increase transparency and open data with the release of its new citizen reporting app SeeClickFix Topeka. The City currently has many programs in place that are pushing the envelope in open government (see their open data portal at data.topeka.org) and SeeClickFix provides another … Continued

Today, Upper Dublin Township (Montgomery County, PA) is launching connectUpperDublin, a citizen reporting tool for its 27,000+ residents. The Township is focused greatly on transparency and was looking for a better way to engage residents in communication and conversation with Township staff and officials. connectUpperDublin will help! The Township of Upper Dublin chose SeeClickFix because … Continued

Sandwich, MA recently joined the Commonwealth Connect program, becoming part of the wide network of Massachusetts towns that offer a quick and easy reporting tool for citizens. Sandwich chose to partner with SeeClickFix because it was seeking to improve its communication with the public regarding snow plowing issues. Through discussions with the state, SeeClickFix was … Continued

Today, Encinitas, CA is launching SeeClickFix, a citizen reporting tool for its 60,000 residents. Residents can now connect directly with City Hall about issues like potholes, graffiti, and more through a custom mobile app called Encinitas SeeClickFix.  With new web and mobile apps, Encinitas hopes that issues can be identified, processed, and fixed more efficiently … Continued

Mayor Joe Ganim today publicly launched the new ‘Bridgeport 311’ mobile app that anyone can download for free to report problems or issues throughout the city. Bridgeport 311 replaces the former ‘B Connected’ app with a more transparent, efficient, consumer friendly format that more easily allows for anyone from city officials to members of the … Continued

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

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