City creates new app to report potholes, problems

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OKLAHOMA CITY – If there is a code violation in your neighborhood, city officials say there is now an easy way to report it.

Oklahoma City officials launched a new mobile app called OKC Gov.

Residents can use the app to report code violations like tall grass, graffiti, potholes, yard parking, illegally placed signs, park concerns and junk and debris.

Citizens can also report missed trash, find a job, adopt a pet, see the bus schedule and get disaster preparedness information.

The app uses global positioning to determine your location and it allows you to take a photo of the problem to submit with the report.

The app is available to download free on Android and Apple devices.

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