King County Parks Tests 311 App for Parks & Trails

King COunty Parks is testing this 311 app to learn of and manage repairs at parks and trails.
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King County Parks is working with SeeClickFix to test 311 app technology for park and recreation properties and trails.

KING COUNTY, WASH. — Whether it’s a fallen tree, graffiti or a damaged sign, visitors to any of King County Parks’ 200 parks or 175 miles of regional trails can now quickly report the problem and easily track its resolution, thanks to a free app called SeeClickFix.

A partnership between Parks and SeeClickFix, a leading digital communications system company, lets parks and trails visitors be the eyes and ears on the ground, identifying issues or requesting repairs, using locational, descriptive and photographic information.

King County Parks is piloting this tool over the next several months with the goal of streamlining incoming service requests and improve communications with the public.

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