They may say, “Fuhgeddaboudit!” often, but residents of the Garden State know that some issues are worth reporting. Those who live in Elizabeth, South Orange and other towns that use GovPilot’s Report a Concern module have it easy. They can access a digital Report a Concern form through their district’s official website or report an issue as soon as it arises via the GovAlert mobile app. Both portals offer the capability to add image attachments, a detailed description and the guarantee that the issue will reach the government department responsible for its resolution in record time.
We’ve been on something of an analytics kick recently and have collected historical data gathered from all classifiable issues reported through GovPilot’s Report a Concern digital form and GovAlert app. Presenting the top 10 most commonly reported concerns in New Jersey, part 1.
#10 Construction Work without Permits
Men without Hats brought us the “Safety Dance”, but, as NJ residents know, construction without permits brings nothing but danger.
#9 Unsanitary/Unsafe Conditions
As covered in previous posts, unsanitary/unsafe condictions can have dire consequences.
#8 Abandoned Homes/Buildings
#7 Dead/Fallen Trees
Snowy NJ winters mean plenty of trees don’t make it.
#6 Flood and Drainage
Those who live and work in our hometown of Hoboken have firsthand knowledge of how bad flooding can be.
NJ’s best Samaritans use GovPilot technology to report instances of unsanctioned construction, abandoned homes/buildings and other potential hazards. They know that they can trust GovPilot’s automated workflows and clear communication channels to carry the concern through the appropriate chain of command and order of operations for swift and complete resolution. Return to our blog next Friday for the top 5 most commonly reported concerns in NJ!