The City of Montreal has a new app you can send complaints to

Sep 20 2017, 12:25 pm

If you want to report a pothole or complain about cleanliness issues in Montreal, there’s now an app for that.

The City of Montreal has unveiled new digital services, including an updated website and an app that allows residents citizens to connect with the City regarding a number of issues, such as:

  • Potholes
  • Graffiti
  • Broken street lights
  • Damaged street furniture
  • Cleanliness issues
  • Tree branch collections

Available on iOS and Android, the app is currently being tested in 8 boroughs. You can create a personalized account and have customized access to city services.

The new beta version of the city’s website has been updated and streamlined so residents can easily access information to frequently asked questions.

Content on the site has been simplified to better meet user expectations. Several online services are also available including options to pay tickets, collect tree branches, or report graffiti.

“We continue tirelessly our goal to develop and deploy human, open and innovative co-creation with our citizens, technological solutions to the major urban issues of the metropolis,” said Mayor Denis Coderre, in a statement. “The new digital tools unveiled today are a good example.”

New functions and applications will be added to the website and app in the coming months.

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