Greenburgh app allows users to report potholes, downed wires to officials

Drivers can use it to submit concerns to the town and receive status updates on their repair. The report will then be submitted to Public Works.

News 12 Staff

Mar 13, 2022, 3:40 PM

Updated 761 days ago

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A new app will help notify officials to fix potholes in the Town of Greenburgh.
The free app is called Fix it! Greenburgh. 
Drivers can use it to submit concerns to the town and receive status updates on their repair. The report will then be submitted to Public Works. 
The app will also allow residents the option to report downed branches or wires. It uses a phone's GPS to identify where the problem is. 
Town Supervisor Paul Feiner says it's a way to use technology to make town better. 


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