Bexley, OH is an old, tree-lined suburb of Columbus is known for its large, gorgeous houses and estates located in Bullitt Park. The city has a deeply rooted history in providing both economic and educational access to its citizens, a history that has allowed the city's 13,057 citizens to come to expect a high standard of service. And now, today, Bexley is further enhancing these services by announcing a new mobile application that allows its citizens to report non-emergency issues in their community.
With the free, easy-to-use app and web tools, potholes, damaged street signs, water breaks, code enforcement items, and other municipal issues that need attention can be addressed. The app allows citizens to upload pictures or videos to accompany their request. It also serves as a quick reference app for the city's event calendar and articles of interest.
The "Bexley Base" platform also offers a centralized and integrated management system, whereby city officials can engage further with citizens, track issues and monitor success. This unified and citizen-connected platform will increase both the quality and efficiency of service throughout Whiting.
The mobile app is available for download on Android and iPhone. In addition to the mobile apps, residents can send reports to the city using the website widget on the city's website or seeclickfix.com.
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