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NeighborWorks® Pocatello: An Exciting New Partnership

Isabel Santos-Gonzalez

We are pleased to announce the launch of a progressive new partnership between SeeClickFix and NeighborWorks® Pocatello (Idaho), an alliance that establishes healthy neighborhoods through affordable housing and community engagement. According to the organization's website, NeighborWorks® Pocatello is: 

A chartered member of the NeighborWorks® network–trained and certified community development organizations at work in more than 2,000 communities across the United States.

NeighborWorks® Pocatello was created by the community in 1993 to revitalize the central neighborhoods of Pocatello. NeighborWorks® Pocatello works towards this goal in several ways.

The NeighborWorks® Pocatello HomeOwnership Center helps families in all stages of home ownership, through: Home purchase rehab programs, homebuyer education, financial fitness and counseling, and home maintenance workshops.

NeighborWorks® Pocatello builds affordable housing and rehabilitates homes for resale.

Residents can submit reports using the SeeClickFix apps, the map widget on the alliance's website, and seeclickfix.com. The report categories offerings are divided into two different groups: NeighborWorks® requests and Public Space requests. Through the NeighborWorks® categories residents can send public assessment requests and curb appeal nominations. The Public Space requests include the standard non-emergency report types: 

  • Pothole/street maintenance 
  • Street lights
  • Tree issues
  • Street signs
  • And more! 

City of Raleigh Announces SeeClickFix Expansion

Julie Ramaccia

In 2011, SeeClickFix began an exciting partnership with the City of Raleigh.

Since then, we have seen some fantastic initiatives arise from this progressive and technology savvy city – like crowdsourcing bike racks and the impacts of engaging guerilla citizens.

We are pleased to announce our partnership expansion with the City of Raleigh – a connection into the city’s work order solution, Cityworks. This is great news for both residents and the city, as it allows for streamlined communication and ultimately quicker resolutions for community issues.

Additionally, Raleigh now offers a new set of issue categories for residents, including:

  • Asphalt failures
  • Graffiti Removal
  • Sign Vandalized
  • Street Light Out
  • Traffic Calming
  • Vandalism Repair
  • Vegetation Problem
  • ·And more!

We are looking forward to seeing the impacts of this expansion on both communication and issue resolution in Raleigh!

Town of Westwood Launches

Isabel Santos-Gonzalez

The Town of Westwood's announcement of the Commonwealth Connect program marks the second Massachusetts launch of the week! The town, which is located near longtime partner Needham, is eleven square miles and home to approximately 14,000 residents. The Westwood community can now submit reports about the following to local officials: 

  • Drainage/flooding issues
  • Catch basin/manhole issues
  • Illegal dumping 
  • Missed trash or recycling pick up
  • Potholes
  • Sidewalk issues
  • Street light issues
  • Traffic or street sign issues
  • Traffic signal issues

estwood joins the SeeClickFix partner community through the Commonwealth Connect program in Massachusetts. Residents can use the Commonwealth Connect app for Android and iPhone, the map widget on the town's website, and the town's Facebook page to send reports about non-emergency issues. 

Welcome Grafton, MA

Isabel Santos-Gonzalez

Grafton, a town with approximately 17,000 residents, recently announced the launch of the SeeClickFix program. The community in this Worcester county town can now easily report non-emergency issues to local officials using the SeeClickFix mobile apps, the map widget on the town's website, the town's Facebook page, and seeclickfix.com.

The available service requests include: 

  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Dead animal
  • Drainage/flooding issues
  • Graffiti
  • Illegal dumping 
  • Missed trash or recycling pick up
  • Potholes
  • Private property issues
  • Sidewalk issues
  • And more! 

SeeClickFix now has nearly 70 municipal partners in the State of Massachusetts! We look forward to working with residents and Grafton officials to help make the town an even better place to live and work. 

American Canyon, CA Launches

Isabel Santos-Gonzalez

Our newest partner in the State of California has launched! American Canyon, a city with approximately 20,000 residents, is located in Napa County (not far from another SeeClickFix partner, Vallejo). Residents can use the SeeClickFix mobile apps to submit the following types of reports to local officials: 

  • Code enforcement investigation requests
  • Graffiti 
  • Litter
  • Park irrigation
  • Playground concern
  • Pothole
  • Sidewalk concern
  • Streetlight
  • Traffic signal
  • Water use concern
  • Tree concern
  • Weed abatement

In addition to the mobile apps, residents can submit reports from the map widget on American Canyon's website, the city's Facebook page, and seeclickfix.com