Report Non-Emergency Issues in Suffolk with New App

Ever hit a pot hole and think that you should report it, but when you get home you forget? Now Suffolk residents don’t have to wait!

They can use a new, free app called Suffolk Citizen Connections, powered by SeeClickFix. Suffolk residents can use the tool to report specific non-emergency issues such as: potholes, minor water leaks, missing or damaged sewer manholes or cleanout covers, missing or damaged valve box tops, and missing or damaged water meter box tops. Residents can also include pictures, specific locations, and follow up with the issues as it is addressed and resolved.

Suffolk City Manager Patrick Roberts said, “Suffolk Citizen Connections provides another way for our residents to let us know if they see an issue in their community. We are always striving to offer easy to use resources to hear from and communicate with our citizens.”

Reports can be submitted and tracked from the City of Suffolk website directly at where residents will also find links to download the app. To  learn more about the program or to report a problem, visit the Suffolk Citizen Connection website: