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Residents can now report potholes, vandalism, and more with Fort Walton Beach’s new app

The app aims to streamline the process of addressing issues such as potholes, abandoned vehicles, crime, vandalism, flooding, trash pickup, and problems with city parks and playgrounds.
City of Fort Walton Beach

The City of Fort Walton Beach has introduced a new mobile app, SeeClickFix, that allows residents to report various non-emergency concerns and problems around the city.

  • The app aims to streamline the process of addressing issues such as potholes, abandoned vehicles, crime, vandalism, flooding, trash pickup, and problems with city parks and playgrounds.

Using the app is simple: open the app, take a picture of the problem, select the appropriate category, write a brief description, and submit. The app utilizes the phone’s GPS to automatically record the location of the issue, ensuring that the request is routed to the appropriate department for a prompt response.

  • Residents who wish to receive updates on their submitted requests can create a personal SeeClickFix account.

For those who prefer not to use the mobile app, the city also offers a desktop version of SeeClickFix. Users can access the web portal and manually enter the location of the issue on the provided map.

The SeeClickFix app is available for download on both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, while the desktop version can be accessed through the city’s website.

The City of Fort Walton Beach encourages its residents to download and start using SeeClickFix to help maintain and improve the community.

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