City of Charlottesville launches MyCville app

MyCville appThe City of Charlottesville has launched MyCville, a new online and mobile phone-based tool that allows citizens to report problems, request services, and to track the resolution from start to finish.

MyCville is the City’s new Citizen Relationship Management tool. The application allows a community member to request services and report issues from the convenience of their mobile phone. Reports are automatically routed to the appropriate staff and they can include a picture and report the exact location.

A map of nearby issues is also displayed so the community can see what friends and neighbors may have already reported.

Service requests include:

  • Billing questions
  • Building inspections and permits
  • Free smoke detector installation
  • Recycling container requests

Issue reports include:

  • Graffiti
  • Litter
  • Overgrown landscapes
  • Potholes
  • Sidewalk safety
  • Traffic sign issues
  • Traffic signal issues
  • Missed trash or recycling pickups

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