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This Civic Service App Lets Residents Report Non-Emergency Issues

 - Feb 11, 2016
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The city of Valdosta, located in the state of Georgia, has launched a brand new civic service app that is designed to make it easier than ever for citizens to report non-emergency issues.

Called Valdosta Click 'N Fix, the app allows residents to request service if they encounter things such as potholes, damaged signs or other things that need attention. The app makes use of GPS technology to detect your location, before offering you a menu of service requests to select form. You can also upload photos and video to bolster your service request and to give authorities maximum detail and context.

This civic service app ensures that citizens who encounter inconveniences and potentially dangerous but non-emergency issues such as broken street lights and damaged street sections can request service whilst offering as much information as possible, ensuring an expedient and directed response from civic authorities.