City Council approves "Citizen Problem Reporter" app for phones and mobile devices

By Local News | February 25, 2017
A new mobile application that allows citizens to submit non-emergency problems such as abandoned vehicles, blight, trash and potholes in their community from a smartphone, tablet or desktop computer has approved by the Clarksburg city council.  The intuitive program can be downloaded free of charge by clicking the following link:
The Citizen Problem Reporter allows for 24/7 access to City departments. 
Over the past year, Clarksburg Mayor Cathy Goings said that the city council executed several committees to spearhead transparency and ease of open government for our citizens. 
“This committee did an exceptional job working towards a solution that allows accessibility to the public that is also affordable to the City.  This app, along with our recently launched City Council YouTube Channel broadcast, allows citizens to be actively engaged in their community," the mayor said.
The city council and the city manager encourage residents to be involved within their community by utilizing the new application.  Using the city's website, attending city council meetings and following city council on our social media pages are also encouraged.

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