ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - The City of Abilene hopes to tackle one of the biggest complaints around town: potholes.
An app called "See Click Fix" is now officially in Abilene, allowing anyone in the Key City who sees a large pothole, a fallen tree, or any city-related issue to take a picture of the problem.
The app will then directly contact the City of Abilene and alert them to the issue.
"These things are not only going directly to those people, but in a couple of cases, it's going directly into the department's workflow software so they know to directly to go out there, check out the pothole," says Mari Cockrell, Communications Director for the City of Abilene. "We also really like on the city-side too that we're able to communicate back with folks in the app."
The city's current app that helps Abilenians navigate the Key City has also been revamped: "MyABI" allows users to find restaurants, town events, hotels and more.
Both apps are free to use.
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