Columbia GA, Citizen Reporter

Columbia GA, Citizen Reporter

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The Columbia County Citizen Reporter is a free application that allows citizens to use their smartphones to enhance the preservation of Columbia County, GA. Users can submit photos through their mobile device to create work orders that include exact locations so that County resources will be able to find and respond to the issue with the correct personnel and equipment. The user can track their reports to find out what actions have been taken. The user is also able to look at other reports that have been submitted County-wide. The citizen can also read RSS news feeds from Columbia County. Because of information submitted by the citizen, County employees are able to address issues more efficiently by analyzing submitted photos and determining exact locations for response, therefore saving time and money. A picture tells a thousand words and Columbia County Citizen Reporter makes it a snap. Download it today!

Tags: columbia county ga, gis reporter.

Recently changed in this version

Bing Maps with higher resolution imagery
Pin colors now show status
Add comments directly from inside the application
Support for Googles C2DM push notification protocol
Filter issues by date in the settings tab


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Comments and ratings for Columbia GA, Citizen Reporter
  • (72 stars)

    by Ayman Fadel on 01/08/2013

    Easy to use. I immediately received an automated respons e. I wish there was a way to share a report. I hope the county will follow up.

  • (72 stars)

    by A Google User on 30/08/2012

    It would be great to have an app with a stand alone GIS map feature with all of the layers available.

  • (72 stars)

    by Charles on 09/02/2012

    Wonderful advance for our community! Interface is clean and simple, looking forward to cleaning things up a bit!

  • (72 stars)

    by brett on 07/12/2011

    This rocks!
    Why doesn't every city and county have something like this already? CC is ahead of the curve!