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- Website (Available at SeeClickFix.com/Boston)
- Widgets (Embedded on Boston.com Your Town pages)
- Mobile app (iPhone, Android, Blackberry)
- Facebook App
From now on, any issue reported through SeeClickFix's online and mobile interface will be fed directly into Boston's existing 311 system. With Open311 implemented, SeeClickFix can fully interact with and connect into the city's work order system. This SeeClickFix-Open311 connection gives Boston residents yet another channel through which they can report non-emergency concerns. With a few clicks, citizens can provide locational, descriptive, and photographic information about quality-of-life issues from potholes and graffiti to damaged signs and sidewalk patches. Once the resident submits an issue, it will be communicated not only to the city, but also to the citizens it serves. With SeeClickFix's public platform, everyone can be kept informed in real time. The SeeClickFix-Open311 connection would not have been possible without the extraordinary efforts of SeeClickFix cofounder/CSO Kam Lasater.
More information (and official announcement) coming soon!
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