By City of Portland
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PDX Reporter allows the public to directly interact with the city concerning problems or issues with publicly maintained infrastructure. It can be used to report and request service calls to city assets and infrastructure, including issues with parks, pot holes, traffic lights, street lights, storm drains, and graffiti. Additional city assets and service request types will be added over time.
To submit a report, select the type of issue, take a photo (or upload an existing one), locate the issue via GPS or interactive map and add any additional comments. The report is sent directly to the responsible bureau for resolution. Note: Some report types require that contact information be submitted with the report. This contact info is provided via a free account that you create on the City's official website www.portlandoregon.gov
Users who log in to PDX Reporter can also view issues they have previously submitted and check the status or resolution of the issues.
PDX Reporter is a small but important step in allowing residents to participate in expediting the City of Portland's awareness and resolution of various issues. PDX Reporter is available for free within the Apple iOS App Store.
What's New in Version 2.0.1
PDX Reporter v2.0.1
● Fixed iPhone 6 plus specific application crash
● Added link on Contact Info tab to assist with password resets
● Misc bug fixes and performance enhancements
Junky & clunky
It doesn't integrate with today's password managers or fingerprint authentication. 1Password is the most popular next to the built in fingerprint authentication.
Seems like an important feature to be ignorant of when asking people to report situations going on around the city.
Works exactly as advertised