A new City of Chilliwack app will streamline the process for reporting an issue.

City of Chilliwack makes reporting problems easier with new app

The app provides a way to bring issues to the attention of city staff through your mobile device

Have you ever come across a pothole, damaged street sign or illegally dumped items around town and wondered what to do about it?

The City of Chilliwack has launched a new app that will allow residents to report issues.

Residents who download the free City of Chilliwack app will have access to the ‘Report an Issue’ feature, where they can select an issue from a list of common reports, identify the location by address or using a map, take photos of the issue, add notes and track the status of their report.

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“Apps provide another venue for residents to engage with the city and report operations concerns to help us keep Chilliwack looking good,” said Mayor Ken Popove. “Whether you want to report a pothole or graffiti, tell us about an issue with a traffic sign or raise another concern, you can let us know through the new app.”

The app also syncs with the city’s Curbside Collection app, where you can set reminders for your collection day and search free and low-cost responsible disposal options for all materials.

Visit chilliwack.com/app for more info and download the City of Chilliwack and Curbside Collection apps from your app store.


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