The City of Fort Collins has an iPhone App to make it easier for citizens to communicate with city officials and make Fort Collins an even better place. The free Access Fort Collins iPhone App is available now, and will soon be available on Android devices. 

“Whether it’s graffiti, a pothole or a request for information, you can contact the city when its convenient for you,” the city says in the description for the app, available now on iTunes. “Identifying and reporting the issues you come across in your day helps city staff become aware of and respond to community needs.”

The app allows users to submit photos that are tagged with a location, allowing code enforcers to know exactly where to respond. Like most cities, Fort Collins’ code enforcers work largely on a complaint basis — they respond to residents’ concerns, rather than driving around looking for violators.

[ via Coloradoan.com ]