North Lumpkin Becoming One-Way Street

On May 1, 2017, North Lumpkin Street will become a one-way street running from East Spring Street to East Highland. If you have any questions, please call the City of Monroe at 770-267-3429.

City of Monroe Offers New Quality-of-Life Report Tool

PATRICE BROUGHTON
PBROUGHTON@MONROEGA.GOV
770-266-5330

The City of Monroe Announces Web and Mobile Citizen Reporting Tool

The City of Monroe Will Use Monroe Citi311 to Enhance Citizen Engagement, Improve Quality-of-Life

The City of Monroe is launching an app that allows residents to report quality-of-life issues. Issues that can be reported range from potholes to damaged sidewalks to street light outages. Powered by Hiperweb 311, the Monroe Citi311 app is just the latest step in how web applications play a role in spurring citizen engagement and improving quality of service for the citizens of Monroe. Monroe Citi311 provides a means for citizens to track their requests, receive email alerts about their requests, privately submit a request without publishing any personal information, and attach images to their request. These services are available online, and as an app for the iPhone and Android.

To access the Citi311 from your computer, go to www.monroega.com and click on the “Monroe Citi311” logo, click on ‘Report an Issue’ and follow the prompts to enter your request.
Monroe Citi311 Mobile App (available on Android and iOS)
In addition to reporting issues ‘on the fly’, the Citi311 mobile app allows citizens to engage with us in other ways such as checking upcoming events on the calendar, connecting with us on Social Media (Facebook and Twitter) or paying a utility bill or traffic fine.