Have you ever seen an issue in your neighborhood that you wish the city would take care of? The issue could be a pothole, litter, you name it. Well, it turns out the City of Seattle has an app that you can use to report these issues and they’ll come to deal with it.

The app is called Find It, Fix It, it’s free and it’s available on both the Google Play Store and the App Store. Here’s exactly what you can request to have fixed.

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  • Abandoned Vehicle: Report vehicles parked in a public right of way for more than three days.
  • Clogged Storm Drain: Report a clogged storm drain.
  • Dead Animal: Report a dead animal for pickup by animal control officers.
  • Graffiti Report: Report graffiti, including what it is on — parking meter, utility pole, or building — so it gets automatically routed to the appropriate department for response.
  • Illegal Dumping: Report illegal dumping — junk, garbage, or debris — on public property, including roadsides, open streets, and paved alleys.
  • Overgrown Vegetation: Report overgrown vegetation in public right of way areas or on City property.
  • Parking Enforcement: Make an inquiry regarding a parking concern.
  • Parks and Recreation Maintenance: Report damage or maintenance issues in City of Seattle parks.
  • Pothole: Report a pothole.
  • Public Litter & Recycling Cans: Report overflows or damage to public litter cans on sidewalks.
  • Scooter or Bike Share Issue: Report a parking or maintenance issue with a shared scooter or bike.
  • Sign and Signal Maintenance: Report damaged street signs and malfunctioning traffic signals.
  • Streetlight Report: Report a streetlight outage or damaged streetlight.

If you have an issue that falls outside of these categories you can select “Other Inquiry”. This category is for making an inquiry or request that’s not listed above. It will then be processed by the City’s Customer Service Bureau to determine if the city can help. Nifty right?

You can learn more about the app here and we hope this helps you out. Have a great day Seattle!