The city of Carpinteria now has an app available for residents that can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Through the app, residents can submit service requests and access important city information.
On Thursday, 10/19, Griswold announced the launch of its notification app for the public, Griswold ConneCT. The app, powered by GOGov, can be downloaded from Apple App Store and Google Play Store, according to an announcement.
The city of Kankakee this week launched a new mobile app, KanConnect, where citizens can report non-emergency issues located within city limits to city staff. It also provides on-the-go access to the latest city news and information.
My Lewisburg is available in the Apple Store and the Google Play Store. Citizens who download this app will effectively have City Hall in the palm of their hand. With a few clicks, users can access information on local events, service interruptions, city news, vital links and much more.
A new user-friendly app helps citizens submit city service requests — and city crews can address issues more efficiently. The city of McAlester recently launched McAlester Connect, a new cell phone app through GOGov that helps citizens report myriad issues and get them resolved quickly.
The City of Edmonds is launching Fix It Edmonds. It’s a mobile phone engagement application that enables residents to connect with the city using their smartphone to report issues they may encounter.
The city of Hudson has announced the launch of its citizen engagement app, Hudson Hub. The app will allow citizens to access information and communicate with multiple departments across the city.
The city of Camden is launching My Camden NJ, a new mobile citizen engagement application powered by GOGov, according to a recent announcement from Camden Mayor Victor Carstarphen.“This application puts the power of city hall in the palm of your hand,” Carstarphen said.
The City of Parkersburg has unveiled its new “PKB-Connect” app. The app is available on Apple and Android phones. Parkersburg city officials are offering residents a chance to stay connected with any issues in the area.
The My Aventura App empowers citizens to connect, engage, and actively participate in the growth and improvement of their city. Let's explore how this innovative app is transforming the way we interact with our urban environments.
The City of Needles has announced its partnership with GOGov, launching a new free mobile application called Needles Connect. Residents can submit service requests on the fly from their smartphones or on the web and more.
Connect McAlester simplifies the process of submitting service requests. Whether it’s reporting a pothole, graffiti, or any other non-emergency issue, residents can now do it conveniently through the app.
The city has released a revamped version of the Connect Calabasas smartphone app, which allows residents to access government services and browse local events.
The city of Jackson has launched its mobile app. Dubbed, “Jackson Connect,” the new mobile application is being billed by the city as a mobile citizen engagement app, designed to put everything citizens need to know from the city in the palms of their hands.
If anybody reports anything to our Code Enforcement Division via the GOGov app, those calls are handled that day...
The City of Warsaw is excited to launch GO Warsaw MO, a new mobile citizen engagement application powered by GOGov. This application puts the power of city hall in the palm of your hand.
Camden residents have a new way to request service or report issues in their neighborhoods, like potholes and water main breaks. The city has launched a citizen engagement app Connect Camden SC.
The City of Sparks recently launched a new mobile app called My Sparks, which streamlines the process for residents to put in service requests (like alerting the city to potholes, graffiti, or abandoned cars), receive notifications, and easily access the most highly requested information.The My Sparks app is free and easy to download through the Apple Store or Google Play store.
In 2022, The New Jersey State League of Municipalities and National League of Cities recognized our borough for innovation in governance in honor of our work to digitize access to municipal services through our town’s MyProspectPark app. The unique and custom-branded app, available on the Apple and Google Play Stores through a partnership with GOGov...
Have a concern about something in Lathrop that you think warrants attention from the City or its departments? There’s an app for that. On Monday, December 5, the City of Lathrop announced the release of the Lathrop Cares mobile phone application, allowing residents to report things like graffiti, vandalism, illegal dumping, traffic concerns, sidewalks, potholes.
An application Officials with the city of Pea Ridge are excited to launch Pea Ridge Connect, a new mobile citizen engagement application powered by GOGov. This "app" puts the power of city hall in the palm in your hand, according to Mayor Nathan See.
Cathedral City residents can now easily report any issues around their neighborhood, from broken sidewalks to animal control, traffic signal outages, and more simply by using the MyCathedralCity app.
Severe weather has already impacted much of the country in 2023. California, in particular, is getting some of the worst weather it has seen in years. The Sacramento area has seen so much damage from storms that capradio recently published an article, High winds knocked down a tree at or near where you live? Here are some do’s and don’ts. Many apps powered by GOGov are featured in the article.
Clay Connected, a recently launched mobile app and platform, offers residents in the county new access to service requests across county departments, timely information and a route to report problems.
Congratulations to Prospect Park, NJ for winning the New Jersey State League of Municipalities 2022 Innovation in Governance Award for the "MyProspectPark" app powered by GOGov!
The city of Anna Maria, FL, has purchased a GOGov software subscription that will provide citizens with a new request, notification and alert system.
Sanford Connects, an app powered by Go Gov, will allow citizens to communicate directly with the City of Sanford. Citizens will be able to request services and report issues with a touch of a button.
This new platform is available through the Apple and Android app stores (searchable by Grandview Heights 311 or GH311), or through the city’s website. Upon downloading the app, you will be prompted to create an account.
The city of Terrell Hills, Texas, has a new smartphone app powered by GOGov that allows residents to find information about city services...
“My Marco,” an app powered by Go Gov, will allow citizens to directly communicate with City Hall.