NYC 311+ app

posted Sep 26, 2013, 5:50 AM by Sylwia Jasinski   [ updated Sep 26, 2013, 5:50 AM ]

Dear Friend,

I am writing to share with you an exciting new effort that will make New York City government more transparent and responsive to the public<>.

Recently the New York City Comptroller’s Office launched NYC 311+<>, a “socially connected” app representing the next generation of civic mobile apps.  NYC 311+ allows New Yorkers to electronically submit non-emergency service requests to the City’s 311 system—such as potholes or downed tree limbs—while also letting residents write reviews that evaluate government services. New Yorkers can also add their voice to the City’s policy-making process by completing brief surveys about the condition of subway platforms, playgrounds, and libraries in their neighborhoods. Requests and reviews will be instantly displayed, and the app will allow users to propose new ways to improve City services.

I invite you to download the app today, and share this information with your members (see attached flyer). Your feedback will help New York City become a better place to live, play and work!




Tomas Hunt

Senior Policy Analyst



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                  Check it out today!