There’s an app for that. Stephenville makes it easy for residents to pay water bill, report issues.
The city of Stephenville is making it easy for residents to take care of a variety of business with a new app now available in the Apple and Android stores.
“I am extremely excited about this new tool that allows 24/7 access to city information,” Monica Harris, the city’s director of finance, told Beneath the Surface News. “I encourage the public to download the app and give it a try.”
The app allows residents to view and pay water bills and traffic tickets, report graffiti, potholes, water leaks and issues with traffic lights, park amenities and animal control.
“Businesses and developers can access the permitting and code compliance portal to request and pay for building permits and citizens can report code compliance issues,” Harris said. “The app also allows citizens to contact members of the city council, access agendas and minutes, code of ordinances and submit public information requests.”
The app includes a department directory that mirrors the city’s website and a community section with information on garage sales, the airport, local attractions, education and the city’s history.
Check it out! Stephenville’s new app has all kinds of great stuff!