Sartell Getting Technical When Reporting City Concerns [AUDIO]
SARTELL -- Sartell residents can now report an issue or complaint just by clicking send.
The city has launched a new program that will allow you to report and follow neighborhood concerns or request city services through a mobile app called SeeClickFix.
Anita Rasmussen is the Planning and Community Development Director. She says you can voice your concerns about street lights or potholes and follow it as it goes through the proper steps.
Rasmussen says when you submit an issue via the moblie app to provide location, description, and photo.
The app also allows you to create your own watch area to receive notifications about issues reported in your neighborhood.
Reports can be submitted and tracked at www.sartellmn.com/seeclickfix and you will find a link on the page where you can download the app.
Rasmussen says the city has yet to receive a submission from the new SeeClickFix program.