In mid-November, the Phoenix town launched a new mobile application that puts the city in the hands of the inhabitants. Through the myPHX311 app, residents can request services, report problems, pay water or waste bills and more.
As the fifth largest city in the country continues to grow and adapt to socially remote life, the city says expanding the means for the public to connect with city departments and employees of the city is critical. the city of Phoenix.
Beyond the new app, the City recently upgraded the âAt Your Serviceâ web portal (now www.phoenix.gov/myPHX311), through which a wide range of services are available:
- Request water / trash services
- Consult / pay the municipal service bill
- Report problems in the community (street lights, potholes, broken water pipes, etc.)
- Access city calendars and public meetings
âThe City of Phoenix is ââconstantly innovating to better serve its residents. This application will allow a faster and more efficient service to meet the needs of each Phoenician. I am proud that our city listens to our residents and adapts to the changing environment to enable flexible and creative solutions, âPhoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said in a statement.
The myPHX311 app is available for download at www.phoenix.gov/pio/app.