Concord launches report-a-problem app

  • Concord City Hall

By Monitor staff
Published: 2/26/2021 4:38:21 PM

Concord has joined the list of communities using a system called SeeClickFix to let people report issues.

The Connecticut-based program uses a series of online forms to reports issues ranging from potholes and “dead animal in road,” to illegal dumping and broken parking meters, or to request a backflow device test from the water department and reporting “criminal issues” to the police. Submissions are automatically be directed to appropriate Concord city staff.

The system should not be used for emergencies, however, because it is not monitored 24/7, according to the announcement from City Hall.

It also allows residents to sign up for email announcements and newsletters from the city under various topics.

The program can be accessed through the free MyConcordNH app or via the city webpage,

SeeClickFix is used by hundreds of cities, including Keene and Portsmouth in New Hampshire. The company launched in 2008

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