Report Neighborhood Issues on Patch's Map

Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch is using an interactive map to give our users a place to report complaints like potholes, graffiti, noise pollution or other issues.

Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch users are good neighbors, and being a good neighbor means keeping an eye out for the problems all neighborhoods face.

That’s why we are bringing you a new tool to report (and hopefully find solutions for) common problems—such as potholes, abandoned vehicles, unsafe crosswalks or intersections, rodent problems and more—online.

Our goal is to bring neighbors together, making them aware of local problems and giving them the tools and information they need to solve them. If there is a way Patch can help, like calling the mayor’s office or doing a story on the issue, we will.

To report a problem, click the “Report” tab in the map above. It’s in the upper-left corner next to “Issues.” Drag the red marker to indicate the problem’s location. (You can zoom the map in or out, if you wish.) Then fill in the information.

If you have any questions, contact our widget wrangler at Lindsay.Toler@patch.com.


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