Ventnor Residents Can Now Use SeeClickFix to Report Non-Emergency Issues

In an effort to increase communication with residents and promote transparency, the City of Ventnor has adopted the use of the digital communication and reporting platform SeeClickFix.

SeeClickFix allows citizens to report non-emergency issues right from their phone or on the City website.  Residents can easily report the location of the issue, upload photos and track the status of the report. In turn, the application helps the City collect, manage, and respond to requests efficiently and effectively.

Residents are relying more on digital communication, and it’s important that we respond to that need,” said Mayor Beth Holtzman.  “The use of SeeClickFix will allow us to respond to non-emergency issues and keep citizens in the loop on our progress. It is an effort to be more transparent and accountable to the citizens of the City of Ventnor.”

Residents will be able to report a variety of issues to the town through the app, such as potholes, water leaks, parking concerns, and code-related matters.

SeeClickFix was implemented at no cost to the City and is offered under the countywide license retained by the Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA).

Brigantine, Hammonton and Northfield currently use the program, and residents throughout the county serviced by ACUA can use it to report bucket requests and missed collections.

Residents interested in using the program can download the app on their smartphones or access it through the City of Ventnor (ventnorcity.org/seeclickfix), ACUA (acua.com/scf), or SeeClickFix (seeclickfix.org) websites.

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