Greenville City Compass

Greenville City Compass


Find yourself in need of some help and need to request a service from Greenville, NC’s City government? Greenville City Compass enables you to submit service requests (report a pothole, graffiti, service problems, etc) from your mobile device directly to the appropriate City personnel. Select a request, add a description and/or a picture, and submit it right from the site of your problem to the City. No need to wait until you get home to send in the information – City Compass uses the GPS information in your phone to let the City know where the problem is. This means your service requests will be responded to quickly, accurately, and efficiently.
You can even use the map function to check out if you’re in good company with someone else having already made the same service request. Plus, you can check on the status of your request at your convenience AND you’ll be notified when the issue has been resolved.
As a bonus, you’ll find a bunch of links to help you navigate through items of interest in the city.

Greenville, NC, compass, 311, city, pothole, publicstuff, graffiti



***Permissions Explanations***

Used for Google Cloud Messaging (Push Notifications):
android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS
android.permission.WAKE_LOCK
com.google.android.c2dm.permission.RECEIVE
C2D_MESSAGE

Used for Performance Improvements:
android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE

Recent changes:
3.1
- Updated user interface
- Streamlined request submission workflow
- Improved widget features
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Free
66
3.3
User ratings
3
Installs
100+
Concerns
2
File size
10937 kb
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About Greenville City Compass
Find yourself in need of some help and need to request a service from Greenville, NC’s City government? Greenville City Compass enables you to submit service requests (report a pothole, graffiti, service problems, etc) from your mobile device directly to the appropriate City personnel. Select a request, add a description and/or a picture, and submit it right from the site of your problem to the City. No need to wait until you get home to send in the information – City Compass uses the GPS information in your phone to let the City know where the problem is. This means your service requests will be responded to quickly, accurately, and efficiently.
You can even use the map function to check out if you’re in good company with someone else having already made the same service request. Plus, you can check on the status of your request at your convenience AND you’ll be notified when the issue has been resolved.
As a bonus, you’ll find a bunch of links to help you navigate through items of interest in the city.

Greenville, NC, compass, 311, city, pothole, publicstuff, graffiti



***Permissions Explanations***

Used for Google Cloud Messaging (Push Notifications):
android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS
android.permission.WAKE_LOCK
com.google.android.c2dm.permission.RECEIVE
C2D_MESSAGE

Used for Performance Improvements:
android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE

Recent changes:
3.1
- Updated user interface
- Streamlined request submission workflow
- Improved widget features

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 9, 2014
Clearly the city of Greenville just got taken for a ride. $11000 for this? Annually. What a joke. This app basically leads you to a series of cheap URL's and costs less than $1500 to make. I could make the exact app for myself in days. There is a company in Greenville, LOCALLY owned and I know they would have put out a much better product. and a lot more time into a great idea for an app. So glad the city of Greenville supports the LOCAL economy and the fact my tax dollars are wasted. What a joke.
A Google User
Feb 8, 2014
Great idea Can we just fix the traffic patterns and this would be a great city. Hitting 5 lights in a row or going to work at 6 am and sitting at a light for 3 minutes with no cars around is just wrong. Apps a start