Have you noticed graffiti on a wall, driven over a pothole or seen a broken or missing sign? Then report it to us by using the 'Maribyrnong City Services' App.
This application has been custom designed based on local issues and features. Help us to help you by providing as much information as you can about the issue.
If you are using the Maribyrnong City Services App outside of the City of Maribyrnong, your issue will be sent directly to the relevant Council.
There are many features to Maribyrnong City Services app:
- Access Council news and events.
- Contact your council by email or phone.
- View the map of the City of Maribyrnong.
- Search for Council facilities near to your current location.
- View your submitted reports. , and receive up to date progress reports
- Receive notifications either by SMS, push notification or email.
- Integrated help function.
- Auto address finder to identify the nearest address of an incident.
WHAT ISSUES CAN YOU REPORT?
You can submit reports for issues including:
- Abandoned Vehicles
- Request an Animal Registration Form
- Animal related issues
- Broken, damaged or missed bins
- Complaints or breaches of Council related laws
- Dead animals
- Drainage issues
- Dumped rubbish
- Give general feedback
- Issues in parks
- Parking issues
- Public toilets
- Problems with roads and streets
- Park and street trees
HOW DO YOU SUBMIT A REPORT?
To submit a report you must provide relevant information.
1. Select the category of the report.
2. Complete the questions.
3. Take a photo or video (if possible).
4. Provide the location of the issue (using the integrated mapping tool or entering a street name and number).
5. Press submit.
If the required information is not received by Council, we may not be able to deal with your request in a timely manner.
The more accurate the information you can provide, the more efficiently we will be able to deal with your request.
If you have any questions or suggestions about this app, please contact the 'My Council Services' Team at [email protected]
or visit www.mycouncilservices.com.au
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