Brookhaven, GA, October 21, 2015 – The Post Reports – The City of Brookhaven says “Brookhaven Connect,” a free smart phone app for citizens to report non-emergency problems like potholes, code violations or sidewalk issues, is now available for use.
According to the City, the app is powered by CitySourced, which was first introduced to Brookhaven residents in March as a replacement for SeeClickFix.
The City says “Brookhaven Connect’ is an updated and more localized version of the CitySourced app, offering residents and city staff a more streamlined approached to reporting and addressing problems.”
“This is another way that residents can let us know where there are issues,” said Richard Meehan, Brookhaven Public Works Engineer. “And, the app allows residents to track the status of their service request.”
Citizens can also report problems via their laptops or desktop computers here.
“Brookhaven Connect” is not intended for issues that need to be addressed immediately. For downed trees across roads, traffic signals on flash or “dark,” or downed stop signs, citizens should call the Public Works main number 404-637-0540 and press “1” to connect to the on-call staff. Citizens should call 911 for all public safety emergencies that require police, fire or EMS.