September 11, 2015
The City of Woodland has launched a new app that will serve as the official platform for residents to access their government via mobile devices.
With the “myWoodland” app, residents can submit, track and view nearby service requests through their smartphones and online. Residents can also use the in-app widgets to find information about events, public meetings and view City news.
The mobile app is part of an overall program for the City to improve resident communications and service delivery. Once requests are submitted, the relevant staff redirects and responds to requests through a customized workflow management system.
“The mobile app roll out is yet another example of how the City is applying technology to better connect the community with its local government,” says Woodland Mayor, Tom Stallard. The city will also use the system to provide residents with real-time status updates and comments on submitted requests.
“myWoodland” is an application launched in partnership between the City of Woodland and PublicStuff. This is a free service and is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play for immediate use. Search “myWoodland” in the stores or use the following URLs to access.