Susanville City Council Looks to fund New City App with 50k in ARPA Funds

The Susanville City Council is looking to spend 50k in ARPA funds to front costs for a mobile app for the City. The app would be formed under the software platform SeeCLickFix to allow the community to report problems within the city. Say if you see a pot hole, graffiti, or water leaks, you could report them on the app and get feedback from city staff. Additionally the city could be able to send you messages on various city related items such as priority issues, surveys, and council agendas. The 50k will front the apps cost for a 5 year term. You can learn more at the council’s special meeting happening tomorrow at City Hall at 2pm.