• Pot holes? City’s getting a smart phone app for that

    Pacific Grove will soon be able to get news to residents and visitors via a native smart phone application. The application, Pacific Grove Mobile, will allow the city to send information to interested users, to keep timely news available to citizens and visitors, and to receive feedback from the community. The application also will allow residents and visitors to report issues to the City – and the application will facilitate addressing those problems. For instance, if a person with the smart phone application notices a pot hole, they will be able to take a picture of the pothole from within the application. The application will use the phone’s location services to tell the city the exact location of the problem – which will speed the response. “The application will also help visitors find amenities in Pacific Grove,” said the city’s economic development director, Kurt Overmeyer. To see some examples of what this application can do, please visit www.mycitymobile.org.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on January 28, 2013

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