- Heat or Hot Water
- Rat conditions
- Snow or ice on roadway
- Lost property in taxis
- Illegal parking
- Parking meters
- Blocked driveways
- Abandoned vehicles
- Street potholes
- Street signs
- Traffic light
- Street light
- Broken Sidewalks
- Fire Hydrant
- Damaged Tree
- Street tree plantings
- Beaches, gyms, parks and pools
- Illegal Dumping
- Building graffiti
- Food establishments
- Homeless assistance
Report All EMERGENCIES (e.g. smoke, fire, gas leaks, chemical spills, medical emergencies, etc.) to University Police:
Dial 911 using an on-campus phone
(631) 632-3333 using a cell phone or off-campus phone
Other URGENT facility issues (e.g. water leaks, doors not working, loss of power, etc.) should NOT be submitted via SBU 311. These urgent issues should be reported to our dispatch station at (631)-632-9585.
What is Code Enforcement?
The San Francisco City Attorney's Office coordinates the efforts of the Building Inspection, Health, Planning, Public Works, Fire, and Police Departments to identify and respond effectively to health and safety threats or other public nuisance issues in San Francisco's neighborhoods. City codes exist as both preventive and regulatory ways to protect the character and integrity of San Francisco's neighborhoods, as well as the health and safety of its citizens. The San Francisco City Attorney's Office engages in proactive community outreach to educate residents and business owners about their rights and responsibilities.
Why Enforce City Codes?
When a code violation is reported, the Code Enforcement Team at the San Francisco City Attorney's Office responds by coordinating the investigation and abatement process and, when necessary, pursuing additional remedies against violators through court action. This function of city government is an integral part of making San Francisco a safe and beautiful place to live, work, and play!
Over 1 Million concerns have been documented in the public space using SeeClickFix.
75% of those concerns have been resolved.
Please note: SeeClickFix uses Google location services.
311 app makes reporting issues like these easier than ever. The app uses GPS to identify
your location and also allows you to snap a photo to add to your service request.
Reports are automatically sent to the City’s 311 system and routed to city departments
GPS identifies your location;
Add a photo to your service request/issue;
Routed automatically to departments for resolution
Track it from time of report to resolution at www.311.saccounty.net
Use the Sac County 311 Connect app to also report stray animals, food facility complaints, rental housing issues, abandoned shopping carts, zoning issues and more.
You can also use the app to find out general information about PalmettoPride and other programs including Adopt-A-Highway, Keep America Beautiful, neighborhood pickup events and Prideways. Having a cleanup? Share your information on the app so volunteers can find you.
Winston-Salem? The new CityLink 311 app makes reporting issues like these easier than ever. The app uses GPS to identify your location and also allows you to snap a photo to add to your service request. Reports are automatically sent to city departments for resolution. You’ll also be able to follow your issue from the time it is reported until it is resolved.
Report issues in your neighborhood, get status updates on their resolution and vote on issues that are important to maintaining your community’s well being.
The app’s intuitive interface puts the power in your hands to explore, check out informative videos and become an active participant in your county’s government. Get the latest news on what’s happening in the county, find out when the next Board of County Commissioners meeting will be held and watch the latest videos from PCC-TV.
Find your evacuation zone, discover new biking trails and learn about the county’s award-winning parks and preserves. Get info on where – and when – to catch the next bus, what you can recycle and so much more. Link to the county’s calendar to be sure to never miss another fun county event.
Connect directly with Pinellas County on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms.
• Check your flight at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
• Check your bus schedule at the Manchester Transit Authority.
• Reserve a Book at the Manchester City Library.
• Reserve a Tee Time at Derryfield Country Club.
• Find a league or facility where you can play your favorite sport.
• Find a monument that honors our heroes.
• Access the Manchester Monarchs, NH Fisher Cats, and Verizon Wireless Arena event schedules.
• Access info on what’s happening in the City this weekend.
• Look for a City job.
• Look up scheduled City Meetings and Agendas.
• Discover a Business Opportunity.
• Discover a new place to explore.
• Communicate with your elected officials.
• And much, much more.
new Minneapolis 311 app makes reporting issues like these easier than ever. The app
uses GPS to identify your location and also allows you to snap a photo to add to your
service request. Reports are automatically sent to the City’s 311 system and routed to
city departments for resolution. You’ll also be able to follow your issue from the time it
is reported until it is resolved.
The mobile app can also be used to report such issues as graffiti, damaged street signs,
and abandoned vehicles.
This app submits data to City of Minneapolis via a third party service, SeeClickFix. The handling
of the data submitted to the City for servicing the issues submitted using this app is covered by
See some graffiti? Click a photo to submit with the location, and let us Fix the problem. Spot a City Code violation? Don’t wait until you get home to let us know – use the handy SeeClickFix St. Pete mobile app to report the issue and add your own comments. All reports will be routed to the appropriate City Department to be addressed in a timely manner, and you can even be notified when the work is complete. Accessing your City’s services has never been easier thanks to SeeClickFix St. Pete.
Download and start using this free app today, and thank you for helping to make St. Petersburg a better place to live, work and play!