Flintshire

Flintshire

100 - 500 downloads

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Spotted a problem or need to let us know about something? Download the FCC Local Services App to report your issues directly to the Flintshire County Council and have local news and events information at your finger tips.

FEATURES
There are many features to the FCC App, you can:
- Access your council news, events and visitor information.
- View your submitted reports.
- Integrated help.
- Auto address finder to identify the nearest address of an incident.

WHAT ISSUES CAN YOU REPORT?
You can submit reports for issues such as;
- Anti Social Behaviour
- Benefit Fraud
- Car Parks and Parking
- Concerns and Complaints
- Council Housing Repairs
- Dead Animal on the Highway
- Dog Fouling
- Fly Posting
- Fly Tipping
- Food Hygiene
- Health and Safety
- Missed Bin Collection
- Pest Control
- Roads, Pavements and Highways
- Street Lighting
- Waste and Recycling

HOW DO YOU SUBMIT A REPORT?
To submit a report you must capture certain information.

Select the category of the report.
- Complete the questions.
- Capture the evidence, either a photo or video.
- Enter the location.
- Submit the report.

CONTACT US
If you have any enquiries please contact the Customer Service Team at customerservices@flintshire.gov.uk or visit us at www.flintshire.gov.uk.

Recently changed in this version

-improved User Interface.
-Enhanced Map functionality.
-Bug fixes & other improvements.


Comments and ratings for Flintshire
  • (32 stars)

    by Colin Muzik on 22/06/2014

    Opens features screen and then hangs. Very poor.

  • (32 stars)

    by Peter Thomas on 18/05/2014

    App took a while to seemingly upload the five photos I selected but on checking afterwards apparently no photos were submitted?...

  • (32 stars)

    by Chris Baglin on 18/03/2014

    The Welsh on this app is so bad as to make it unusable, a big disappointment. Edit: It gets worse. The Last Name box on the registration page is set up as an email box so it wont let me enter my surname as my surname doesn't have an @ in it. Did anyone bother to test this thing?