Got a Concern to Share with the City? There's now an "App" for that.
LETHBRIDGE: The City of Lethbridge has launched a new app that allows the public to
submit requests for service.
The app, called "Leth Requests", will work on most Blackberry, Apple and
Android smart phones and tablets. You will be able to report things like burned
out streetlights, graffiti, potholes or fallen trees.
Mayor Chris Spearman is excited to offer this new technology to residents,
saying "I think it's going to be a big time saver for residents with smart
phones and another way to improve service levels at the City of Lethbridge and
be more accountable to citizens cause you can track your issue once you've
reported it to make sure it's being resolved."
"Leth Requests" can be downloaded onto a mobile device by searching the app
Posted on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 3/10/2014 10:37:40 AM
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