An app is now available to help Patton Township residents keep up with municipal information and connect with local officials.
The application is for iPhone and Android mobile users.
At a recent Patton Township Board of Supervisors meeting, Public Works Director Brent Brubaker said officials were working out the kinks to the app with township employees.
The function has been extended to the public.
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“We’ve already had a couple hundred people and residents issue reports through it,” Brubaker said.
Township Manager Doug Erickson said a place-based reporting platform allows residents to document neighborhood concerns and improvements, report quality-of-life issues and request Patton Township services.
He added that residents can even create their own “watch areas” to receive notifications about issues reported in their neighborhoods.
Brubaker said the app is called seeclickfix — all one word — and users can add their locations.
“It’s the best way to get a couple more eyes and ears for us,” Brubaker said.
For more information or to download the app, visit www.seeclickfix.com/apps or search for the app on your mobile device using “seeclickfix.”