FixMyStreet.org.nz is a web site built to help New Zealanders make service requests to their local council. Examples of requests would be to fix issues such as graffiti, unlit lampposts, or damaged street signs. Users upload details to the site and the issue is submitted to their council.
The FixMyStreet offers an API based on the Open311 GeoReport v2 standard. The API allows developers to programmatically indicate service request status changes, such as a request being accepted or resolved. The API is also able to append comments and other metadata to a service request.
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