Get things fixed! Participate and communicate with public services via SeeClickFix - an efficient tool for reporting non-emergency concerns like potholes or light outages to the service provider responsible for fixing them.
• See - see a non-emergency issue in your neighborhood
• Click - submit a service request to local government
• Fix - track the response and engage in public dialogue, through issue resolution
Communication is critical so we’ve improved commenting on requests with a new design and better image loading and status changes.
We’ve also added internal commenting for service providers to better facilitate the communications necessary to resolve requests.
Ratings and Reviews
Great For Getting Potholes Repaired
I've been using this app for a few months. It is quite useful for getting those nasty potholes repaired. Like a lot of drivers I travel the same route every day. Always amazed that a road repair crew will just drive by the holes and not fix them. Worse, they'll fix one you report but leave another one five feet away and not fill it. This app makes it more efficient. Enable GPS and then Snap photos with your smartphone. Fill out the form and attach photos. GPS provides specific addresses (in most cases) so the crew can find it, compare to the photo(s) and get 'r done. I like it! Tires,?wheels, tie rods, springs. All that it very expensive to repair. Compared to the cost of fixing some holes this app provides a civic minded way to save yourself and thousands of other drivers costly repairs. Virginia Beach is very good about getting them fixed quickly, there is no reason not to use this app!
Just renamed Commonwealth Connect
This is nothing but a copied and renamed version of Commonwealth Connect. I would be OK with that if they at least fixed some of the glitches and shortcomings of Commonwealth Connect. First of all, there’s no intuitive way to sort through issues in your neighborhood. Second, there is really no help through the app to explain certain things. For example, what do the different colors of the pins actually represent? Also, why is it that when I receive an email notification I can’t just click on the link and automatically open the app to that issue? Instead, it opens a web browser which is much more difficult to navigate on a mobile device. I feel like this app is an excellent start to improving our community, but it really needs a better GUI.
This app is great, as it allows townspeople to report issues in their neighbourhood. A couple of things need improvement:
It would be a great improvement using the search function to be able to filter by nearest incidents, having the most recent reports at the top. Currently they sort and filter by location. One has to fish through the lot to find the newest. If I filter by newest, i get reports from adjacent communities, and have to go fishing through to find those for my town. There is no information on the list what town the incident relates to.
I realize this may be difficult, and may require some work. Possibly set a radius (miles?) from current location? Or add some information to the list to know what town is reporting an issue.
The communities often do not seem to close fixed incidents. I have an incident that was fixed but the town never closed the issue, even though it's been done for months. This is a town issue, and not an issue with the app. Perhaps the user reporting can have the option to close the incident using the app. That way more items might be closed.
- 35.6 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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