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SeeClickFix Launches Facebook Application
SeeClickFix Launches Facebook Application
SeeClickFix released a Facebook application to encourage community participation and government accessibility in improving public spaces. Image via SeeClickFix. SeeClickFix, an online forum created to engage residents with community leaders to resolve neighborhood complaints, today announced the launch of a Facebook ...
Update: SeeClickFix Joins WashPo, Talks Sustainable Mobility, Opens Data, Adds Languages
Update: SeeClickFix Joins WashPo, Talks Sustainable Mobility, Opens Data, Adds Languages
Our friends at SeeClickFix announced today that they have joined forces with The Washington Post, which now features a SeeClickFix widget on a new local news section called The Daily Gripe. The Post editors will highlight a “Gripe of the ...
SeeClickFix Integrates Data with D.C.'s New Open311 System
SeeClickFix Integrates Data with D.C.'s New Open311 System
Last week, our friends at SeeClickFix announced the mapping tool’s integration with Washington D.C.’s new Open311 API. What does this mean? Officially, “The cities’ use of this open source data platform will enable citizens to communicate service requests directly into ...
SeeClickFix on TheCityFix DC: Become a Snow Helper!
SeeClickFix on TheCityFix DC: Become a Snow Helper!
Here at TheCityFix DC, we’ve been intrigued and motivated into action by all the recent reports about uncleared sidewalks, poorly plowed streets and other “snowmergencies” in the city. That’s why we’re creating special “Snow Helper” Watch Areas on SeeClickFix, the ...
TheCityFix Report on SeeClickFix Results in Improved Safety for Pedestrians at Critical Intersection
TheCityFix Report on SeeClickFix Results in Improved Safety for Pedestrians at Critical Intersection
It all started four months ago, when TheCityFix blogger David Daddio reported an issue on SeeClickFix about a dangerous intersection at U Street and Florida Ave., east of 18th Street NW. Over just several days, the report got responses from ...
More SeeClickFix Successes in DC
More SeeClickFix Successes in DC
It has been fascinating experimenting with SeeClickFix over the past three months. While initially skeptical of the tool that claims to combine civic engagement, online social networking, and local politicos to fix real world problems, I’ve been amazed at the ...