The City receives many requests per day, and departments do their best to respond in a timely manner. If you submitted a request and it hasn't been resolved, please be patient as staff is processing requests in the order that they come in.
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It is a tool for letting the City know what you think should be fixed or need more information on.
You can take and upload pictures of the problem you see.
Requests are located using a point on the map.
The City is able to respond to you or ask additional clarifying questions.
The Service Request tool, powered by SeeClickFix, is an easy way for residents to report concerns directly to the City and have department staff follow up to resolve the issues. Please use a detailed address, description, and photo (if possible) to give as much information to City staff so they can investigate and determine the best way to address your concerns. You are encouraged to enter your email address when reporting in order to get automated updates on the status of your issue as City staff work to resolve it. This system is best suited to respond to service requests like potholes, street lights, etc. that can be assigned to staff and addressed in a timely manner. Issues requiring immediate attention or those dealing with public safety should be reported directly to the Manistee County Central Dispatch Non-Emergency Line at 231-723-6241 as this system is not monitored 24/7.
This Service Request tool by SeeClickFix is an additional resource for community members to report infrastructure issues. Using the app is an efficient way to raise awareness within the City without having to make a phone call. The app streamlines the process of submitting a photo, description of the issue and location; also, it allows you to track the status of reported issues.
Requests are placed on a map.
Public requests will remain on the map for anyone to review and share.
There is a mobile app - Convenient!
Photos can be taken directly from mobile devices and uploaded.
Issues threatening public safety or things needing immediate attention (like downed wires, tree limbs, or needles), should be reported directly to the Manistee County Central Dispatch Non-Emergency Line, 231-723-6241. Things that require long-term planning, a larger discussion, a community process, or involve multiple departments or non-City entities should be directed to the appropriate department by phone call or email as these issues are not easily "fixable" in the same way a pothole, streetlight, etc. are.
This system is best suited to respond to service requests like potholes, street lights, etc. that can be assigned to staff and addressed in a timely manner. Start a report with the address of the issue and you will then see a drop-down menu with all of the possible categories of issues you can report using this system. Issues threatening public safety or requiring immediate attention should always be reported directly to the Manistee County Central Dispatch Non-Emergency Line, 231-723-6241.
You will automatically receive updates on your request if you create a free account on the SeeClickFix app.
There is no cost to the users to use the Service Request app by SeeClickFix. The app is free to download and the browser version is also free.