Straightforward pricing based on population size and number of modules selected
makes GovPilot accessible for local governments of all sizes.
We are proud to have partnered with local governments of all sizes, across the United States and Canada since our founding in 2015. Some examples include:
Raleigh, NC | Atlantic City, NJ | Columbine Valley, CO | Harvey, IL | Hermiston, OR | Trenton, NJ | Jersey City, NJ | Hopkinsville, KY
Elizabeth, NJ | Chapel Hill, NC | South Orange, NJ | Ocean Beach, NY | Jackson County, MS | Hudson County, NJ
Camden County, NJ | Curry County, OR |Macon-Bibb County, GA | Ontario, Canada
All we need is a shape (.shp) file of your parcels. This is usually held with your engineering or GIS department.
A link on your government's website (Report-a -Concern) and a mobile app (GovAlert) available for Android and iOS devices which enables residents to snap a geo-tagged picture of a pothole, overgrowth, damaged street sign, or other non-emergency along with a description of the situation. Whether submitted via the GovAlert mobile app downloaded to their phone, or the GovPilot digital form on their town's website, the concern is geo-tagged on the municipality's GIS map and routed to the appropriate government official, who receives the alert in real-time. Departments can track the status of hazards as they are reported, the dispatch of personnel to address needs and the updating of constituents on repair and resolution statuses in real-time.