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Robo-call Sign Enforcement?

Posted by admin On September 17th

Our jurisdiction is considering implementing an auto dialing call system to help
deal with illegal posting of signs throughout our county and I was wondering
how many jurisdictions are actually using this type of software in their code
enforcement departments. If any jurisdiction is using an auto dialing system, I
would greatly appreciate you taking a few minutes to answer the following
questions:

Name of your jurisdiction?

Name of software?

We have been looking at Voicent, so any input on this software is appreciated too.

How many phone lines do you use?

Have you seen a significant reduction in posting of illegal signs since implementation of the system?

Thanks in advance.

Randy Jones   randyj@santarosa.fl.gov
Santa Rosa County
Code Compliance Supervisor
(850) 981-7022

 

3 Responses

  1. T.GAJENTAN Says:

    St. Petersburg uses robo call. To answer your questions please contact our supervisor in charge of that program, Mike Vold, 727-893-7373

    Posted on September 18th, 2013 at 4:09 pm

  2. Joel A. Dramis Says:

    The City of Port St. Lucie uses Voicent and it has worked for us for over one year. There are no repeat violators either.
    Implement this now before the tax refund folks start polluting your neighborhoods.
    Most of the posted numbers on the signs go directly to business cell phones. Set up your calls every six minutes. They will call you very soon.
    I am considering using robocall for contractors who leave trashy worksites too.
    772-873-6370

    Posted on December 4th, 2013 at 2:59 pm

  3. Bill VanHorn Says:

    Randy, Altamonte Springs (Central Florida) has had One Call in place for a few years and is the least expensive system out that can have the largest impact. If interested in our uses and research, please drop me an e-mail anytime. brvanhorn@altamonte.org

    Posted on May 13th, 2014 at 3:04 pm

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