The city of Prairie Village has unveiled a mobile app for Android phone users intended to make it easier to communicate with city officials.
The app allows residents to report problems like potholes, vandalism, missed trash pickup, or other issues. Users can send audio and photos to the city, as well as text messages.
The development of the app didn’t cost the city anything, city administrator Quinn Bennion said. While an iPhone version is not currently available, the city expects to have one completed in the not-too-distant future.
To download the app, search for “Prairie Village” in the Android app store.