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A new mobile application from the city launched today that allows residents to quickly report problems to the city’s action center.

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Mayor Mick Cornett watches as a city workers repairs a pothole that was reported using the city's new mobile app. - BEN FELDER
  • Ben Felder
  • Mayor Mick Cornett watches as a city workers repairs a pothole that was reported using the city's new mobile app.

A new mobile application from the city launched today that allows residents to quickly report problems to the city’s action center.

The app will let residents select from issues including graffiti, tall grass, traffic flow problems and others.

Also, users will be able to leave a note and mark their location via GPS. The app also will provide a link to city information, including event calendars, ward maps and contact info.

The app can be found in various app stores by searching “OKC Gov.”

Mayor Mick Cornett held a press conference Wednesday to announce the new app. At the intersection of 5th and Douglas he used his app to report a pothole. Less than a minute later a road repair crew showed up and paved over the hole.

While average citizens may not expect that fast of service, city officials said reported problems are addressed quickly.

Link to Android version of mobile app

 

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