FixMyStreet Canada is maintained by the non-profit VisibleGovernment.ca.
VisibleGovernment.ca is recruiting regional representatives to add new municipalities to our site. Regional representatives have the following responsibilities:
If you are interested in becoming a regional representative for FixMyStreet.ca, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
FixMyStreet Canada is not responsible for the content and accuracy of material submitted by its users. All reports are accepted on the basis that they contain no illegal content, and we reserve the right to remove any problems or updates which we consider to be inappropriate upon being informed by a user of the site.
If you submit a problem, we pass on your contact details, and details of the problem, to the municipality contact responsible for the area where you located the problem. When you submit a report or update, your name is displayed upon the site, but not your email address.
We will never give or sell your email address to anyone else, unless we are obliged to by law.
Never. We will email you if someone leaves an update on a problem you’ve reported, or subscribed to. We will also send you a questionnaire email four weeks after you submit a problem, asking for a status update.
We’ll only ever send you emails in relation to problems you have reported or subscribed to.
Yes, it is. The code is distributed under an MIT license, and is available for download here.
In order to resolve street addresses with Google Maps, FixMyStreet.ca requires ward maps in a format based on geographic co-ordinates (lattidude and longitude).
We can easily import ward maps in the following formats:
If you have ward maps in other formats, please get in touch. We may be able to work something out.
In addition, Chris Taggart would like to thank: