How to Report a Problem in AccessWichita

Follow these instructions to report a problem in AccessWichita:

  1. From any page, enter text into the search bar. A list of matching topics will automatically display below the search bar.  


  1. Scroll through the list of topics and select the desired topic.

When the topic displays, select the link to open the report form.

  1. When the form displays, enter an address by typing an address, moving the red “pin” on the map to the desired location.  If using a mobile device you may also select Use My Location or Get Location From Photo.

  1. Enter a description of the report.
  2. To add a photo or file to the report:
  • Drag one or more files to the attachments area
  • Or select Click to choose files and browse for the file or files.  
  • If "Get Location From Photo" was used, the photo will already be attached.

Enter your contact information:

If you enter contact information, you will receive status updates for your reports and requests. You may also be contacted if additional information is needed. 

You may chose to remain anonymous by selecting Do not contact me. For anonymous requests, if there is not enough information to complete a request, it will be closed.

  1. After completing the form, check the box next to "I am not a robot" and then select Submit Request.

If you requested to be contacted by email you will receive an email confirming that the request has been opened. If you requested to receive texts, then you will receive a text confirmation.

Related Topics:

Create an Account in AccessWichita

Sign In to AccessWichita

Reset MyAccess Account Password

Change AccessWichita Account Information

Search for Information in AccessWichita

How to Request a Service in AccessWichita

Search for a Service Request in AccessWichita

Search My Requests in AccessWichita

Reset MyAccess Account Password

Cancel an AccessWichita Service Request

How to Allow Automatic Addresses on Service Requests

Add AccessWichita to Your Phone or Tablet Home Screen

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