Cedarburg, WI has launched their city’s app with MyCivic. A town with a history so special and so beautifully preserved, their Main Street has been included in the National Register of Historic Places. Located just 20 miles north of Milwaukee, the town was built around Cedar Creek and now has a population of 11,537 residents.
Cedarburg is a growing community that has successfully maintained its rural characteristics while also embracing technological advancement. Cedarburg is the first city among its neighbors to seek out and launch a mobile app to connect its residents to city hall and beyond. As of last week, the residents of Cedarburg can now access information with just a few clicks that was previously only available on the city’s website or by calling in to city hall.
Important contact and destination information can be found in the City Government, Residents and Visitors section of the app. Residents can use the app to learn about their city’s history, demographics and elected officials.
Issues are easily reported in the Report an Issue section and things like potholes, light pole outages, and graffiti can be fixed efficiently and effectively. The issue is routed to the correct city department and the citizen receives push notifications as their report progresses from submission to resolution.
Now residents and visitors alike can stay informed of seasonal festivals, visual and performing arts, and other events and happenings through the News and Events sections. Recreation abounds in dozens of parks, bike trails, lakes and the nearby beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline. Easily find these parks, facilities and points of interest along with information, phone numbers, maps and directions in just a few taps.
Click here to download the app for iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/city-of-cedarburg/id1356297088?ls=1&mt=8
Click here to download the app for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.civicapps.cedarburg