Compiled by Chelsea Martin
With the city’s mobile phone app,
you can point, click and send
photos of graffiti, weeds, abandoned
shopping carts and other code
violations. The app is available for
the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry.
account is set up,
the app allows
users to choose
an option to
on the status of
is developed by the software
The city’s Solid Waste Services
offers its “My Waste” app as a way
for residents to get information and
set reminders on pick-up, recycling
and bulk schedules.
It helps avoid losing track of
collection days with a detailed
to the user’s
address. It’s an
that helps keep
contacts at the user’s fingertips. This
app is developed by Municipal Media
Residents also can contact the
city through a Contact Chandler
form on the city’s website, or via the
phone or mail, as well as through the
city’s social media accounts.
Tempe 311 enables real-time
collaboration with community
members. Report potholes,
streetlight outages, graffiti and other
issues from anywhere at any time.
Users can stay informed as their
reported issue gets resolved.
The application can be downloaded
For those who
do not have
the app on a
the Tempe 311
weekdays 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., filling
out a request form online at
www.tempe.gov/311, or emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org. Android users
can locate these convenient apps in
Google Play; iPhone users will find
them in the App Store.