The City of Clovis Public Works Department will be closing Sycamore Street from 21st Street to Fairmont Ct. on Wednesday, March 30th from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Vulcan Construction, Albuquerque, will be installing fiber optic for Plateau. The public is asked to please adhere to all traffic signs.
Should you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact Public Works at (575) 769-2376.
The City of Clovis’ new Clovis NM Works! App, which enables the public to share areas with the City that they see in need of fixing around town, such as a pothole, graffiti, weeds, trash in the alley and more, is now available for download on iPhones and Androids. The app can be downloaded from your handheld device or from the City’s website by visiting www.cityofclovis.org where you may also “Report a Concern”.
“Utilizing modern technology in this way to help in further improving a community, and the interaction of the City with area residents, is very exciting,” advised City Manager Larry Fry, Friday. “It is anticipated the SeeClickFix product will enhance City services to Clovis’ residents.”
“The City of Clovis is always seeking ways to more effectively interact with Clovis area residents to ensure we provide them with the best possible service,” advised Clovis Mayor David Lansford. “The free Clovis NM Works! App can immediately and conveniently connect residents to the City to report non-emergency neighborhood issues, for example a pothole or damaged street sign or other service request. We are excited to offer this to our area residents.”
Those residents not wishing to use the Clovis NM Works! App may still use current methods to reach the City regarding trash in the alley, weeds, graffiti and other concerns.
Should you have any questions or comments regarding this matter, please contact the City Manager’s Office at (575) 769-7828 or e-mail email@example.com.