“Report-A-Road” Program Helps Branson Citizens Report Street Issues

Press Release from City of Branson

The City of Branson’s Public Works/Engineering Department is rolling out a new Branson Report-A-Road tool on the City’s website that will allow community members to report potholes, litter, needed street repairs, or even mowing concerns with a simple click of a button. On the heels of Branson Alderwoman Julia King’s Community Volunteer Trash Pickup series, where volunteers picked up more than 2,000 pounds of trash from City roads, the City is continuing this momentum by encouraging residents and community members to report any issues they see to help keep Branson looking as good as possible.

Community members are encouraged to visit the City’s website at https://bransonmo.gov/310/Feedback-Questions and click on “Branson Report-A-Road” to fill out the form anytime they see a street concern or trash issue. This can be anything from an animal in the street to a crumbling sidewalk. Once the form is filled out, it will then be sent to the City of Branson Department responsible for the issue, logged, prioritized and fixed as soon as possible.

“A lot of the times, our community members see things before our city staff. This tool will enable them to let us know about street issues as they come upon them. The coolest part is that even if the reported location is outside Branson City limits, this new technology will automatically send the report to whichever City, County, or State organization is responsible for that specific location. This is really the pinnacle of streamlining and efficiency to serve our community,” said Branson Public Works Department Director, Keith Francis.

As a reminder, community members can also report any water & sewer issues, report a municipal code violation, or even leave a general comment, concern or question on the “Feedback & Questions” section on our website, www.bransonmo.gov.


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