Evanston Now has launched a new feature that lets readers report problems with city services right on our website and monitor their progress toward resolution.

Whether it’s a street light out, a pothole, graffiti, or a garbage pickup problem — or, given the high winds overnight, perhaps a downed tree limb — you can now report problems to Evanston’s 311 citizen support center directly from Evanston Now.

Just go to our “Got a problem? Get it fixed!” page. 

This new feature is made possible by the city’s new collaboration, announced last week, with the Connecticut-based company SeeClickFix that offers tools for citizens to report issues to government agencies in an effort to improve the delivery of municipal services.

You’ll also find a list of the latest issues reported in the right column on our home page.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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  1. great idea!

    This is a wonderful thing. Many pats on the back to whoever was involved in bringing it into operation.

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