Harlingen city app
Posted: Monday, Feb 5, 2018 4:11 pm
Valley Morning Star
HARLINGEN — Officials are rolling out a new mobile app grown to assistance residents record complaints and ask for services with City Hall.
The app, called Harlingen TX City App was grown by E-Gov Link, cost $2,500 along with a $1,000 annual upkeep fee, pronounced Sergio Mujica, a city’s government information systems director.
Mujica pronounced a app is accessible to be downloaded giveaway of assign for both iPhones and Android smartphones.
Residents can use a app to record complaints and ask services from several city departments.
Mujica pronounced a app allows residents to register geographic locations to contention photographs of sources of complaints, from potholes to non-operating trade lights.
Residents can also name city departments to residence their censure and requests. He pronounced a app assigns complaints and requests to dialect supervisors.
Monday, Feb 5, 2018 4:11 pm.