City of Perry Launches Mobile App
October 17, 2012
In an effort to continue to enhance our community, the City of Perry recently launched a new simple service request tool called PublicStuff. Using the mobile app tools and online platform PublicStuff will make it that much easier for you to connect with us and make the community we live in, the best place it can be.
The request tool, powered by PublicStuff, allows residents, businesses and members of the community to submit non-emergency public requests directly to the City in real time from any location. Here’s how it works: .
1. See something that needs to be addressed?
2. Submit a request using your moblie app or by visiting http://www.publicstuff.com/ga/perry-ga
3. City staff receives the request
4. City addresses the issue
5. You get notified via email when the request is completed.
Residents are encouraged to use the system to report potholes, abandoned vehicles, overgrown lots, and much more so we can resolve the issue quickly and efficiently. You can also submit pictures and add comments. Once a request is submitted you can easily track the request, support other requests, and receive status updates.
We encourage you to utilize the service request tool so we can work together to improve our community. PublicStuff is free and available immediately. Please visit the following sites to get started:
Online portal: http://www.publicstuff.com/ga/perry-ga
Thank you for your support and we look forward to your participation.
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