Access Aurora

Access Aurora


Access Aurora is a simple way for residents to submit issues, requests for service, questions and comments to the city of Aurora, CO. Requests submitted will be responded to quickly and efficiently, and residents will be able to track the progress of their requests on the city’s website and through the mobile application. The mobile application also supports the city’s community conversations on Facebook, Twitter, and Engage Aurora.

Recent changes:
3.6
- Gallery view for nearby requests
- UI improvements
- Improved Lollipop support
- Performance and stability improvements
- Various minor bug fixes
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4.5
User ratings
10
Installs
500+
Concerns
2
File size
6524 kb
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About Access Aurora
Access Aurora is a simple way for residents to submit issues, requests for service, questions and comments to the city of Aurora, CO. Requests submitted will be responded to quickly and efficiently, and residents will be able to track the progress of their requests on the city’s website and through the mobile application. The mobile application also supports the city’s community conversations on Facebook, Twitter, and Engage Aurora.

Recent changes:
3.6
- Gallery view for nearby requests
- UI improvements
- Improved Lollipop support
- Performance and stability improvements
- Various minor bug fixes

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 11, 2015
Easy abuse of system This is just another way for neighbors to harass other neighbors by remaining anonymous when reporting a violation to the codes. The program works well for the most part, HOWEVER there should be a requirement to have ANY AND ALL VIOLATIONS be required to have a contact person and phone number, especially to ascertain correctly and justly that the report of violation is true and correct. I can understand why reporting parties want to remain an anonymous, however there should be a way to weed out the intentional harassment of others! Maybe a requirement to add name and number in reporting, but also keeping the info private to those that are being reported againt...in other words the reporting parties info would be available ONLY to City officials to keep reporting parties a bit more honest!
A Google User
Nov 25, 2014
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