Peachtree Corners residents can report potholes using the city’s mobile app or website. Courtesy City of Peachtree Corners

Peachtree Corners residents can report potholes with new app

Residents in Peachtree Corners can now report needed road repairs, sidewalk issues, streetlight outages and other issues using the city’s mobile application or website.

Create service requests and submit photos right from the free smartphone app called “PC Fix-it” available for both Android and iPhone devices. Browse the app store using the search term “Peachtree Corners” to locate the app.

Citizens may also submit a service request using the city’s website: www.peachtreecornersga.gov. Locate the “Residents” tab on the homepage then select “Report an Issue – Fix it” in the pull down menu. Users can either enter an address or simply point to a spot on the map. By using one of these two features, residents will be notified when the work is complete.

Questions on using the app or website: 678-691-1200 or info@peachtreecornersga.gov.

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