Minneapolis 311

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    Minneapolis 311

    by: 83 6.4

    6.4 Users



    Want to report a pothole, broken streetlight, or parking meter while on the go? The
    new Minneapolis 311 app makes reporting issues like these easier than ever. The app
    uses GPS to identify your location and also allows you to snap a photo to add to your
    service request. Reports are automatically sent to the City’s 311 system and routed to
    city departments for resolution. You’ll also be able to follow your issue from the time it
    is reported until it is resolved.

    The mobile app can also be used to report such issues as graffiti, damaged street signs,
    and abandoned vehicles.

    This app submits data to City of Minneapolis via a third party service, SeeClickFix. The handling
    of the data submitted to the City for servicing the issues submitted using this app is covered by
    the city's privacy policy which you may read here:

    Privacy Statement:

    SeeClickFix will handle and store your data as well. You can read SeeClickFix's terms of use here:

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    Users review

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    Users comments for Minneapolis 311

    Jonathon Lacher

    by Jonathon Lacher

    Dec 01, 2017  |  "OK"

    It's slow, back button doesn't always work as expected.

    Mark N. Lazar

    by Mark N. Lazar

    Nov 25, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Counter intuitive. Easier to call 311.

    Joey Diaz

    by Joey Diaz

    Sep 01, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Update on 8/31 is a step backwards. Icon is no longer intuitive for users to identify what it is. New interface removed quick reports like parking and graffiti. Everything else is just a web page redirect. This is a regression of app functionality and easy of use. Nothing in app for snow emergency or removal.

    Ann Roubik

    by Ann Roubik

    Jul 02, 2017  |  "OK"

    About as useful as calling, which is not very. Needs t add all options on the drop down, which should include reporting illegal fireworks, but it just directs you to call. At night. When they are closed.

    Jeff LaFleur

    by Jeff LaFleur

    Feb 23, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Why even bother

    Mary Brandstetter

    by Mary Brandstetter

    Jan 16, 2016  |  "Poor"

    I wait until I get home to report icy sidewalks because I don't want to freeze my fingers. Now every report has my address on it. I ALWAYS unchecked the box that says "use this address". What a badly written application