MyMarietta is your connection to the city of Marietta, Georgia!

The app provides the latest news and events from Marietta City Hall and lets you easily submit Citizen Requests directly to city government.

Use Citizen Requests to report non-emergency issues within Marietta's city limits that require attention from the city, such as potholes, graffiti, malfunctioning traffic lights, etc.

NEW - Marietta Power & Water customers can access their account 24-hours a day to view balance and payment history. Easily contact Marietta Power & Water right in the app.

NEW - View up-to-date map data provided directly from the city to view parcel information, zoning, parking, parks & recreation facilities and more.

NEW - Never miss a meeting... Watch a complete library of videos from council and board meetings to community events on-demand.

Download and install the MyMarietta app today to stay connected with your community and help keep Marietta clean, efficient and safe.

What's New

Version 2.1.3

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews





D Diver

It's essentially unusable. Parts of the UI don't scroll.

I really hope no one actually was paid by our (the citizens') money for this junk.

Just Heartbreakingly Bad


When I read that the city of Marietta had created a smart phone app I
was excited to see my local government embracing new-ish technology
and could exploit it for the public good. However, after using the app
for less than 2 minutes it became apparent this was either super
underfunded venture, was a product of ‘design by committee’, or was an
artifact of complete impotence on the part of the developer(s). I
suspect all three.

Here is my experience using the app: The app crashes often. The
ability to see the city news feed is worthless since I might as well
just go to the webpage on safari and have a better experience,
however, this feature is probably the best this app has to offer. The
citizen request feature is broken. After submitting a request then
going back to view it I see that the pic that I uploaded is located
three quarters of the way off of the screen, along with half the text
in the ‘request’ description. The iPad version of this app, is simply
the iphone version with a huge border. Why not just not make an iPad
version so I can at least blow it up?

I submitted a ‘request’ within a couple of days of the release about a
local dog park being covered in mud, and it may need new grass. Now, I
not naïve enough to actually expect anything to be done about any
‘request’ that comes in through this app but, you would think with
such a low adoption rate of an app like this, they might be smart to
garner interest with a ‘Hey thank for using the app, we will look into
it’ or something, especially when it is the type of informative
feedback I would assume they’d want to know about. And the kicker is,
is that new grass was actually put down in that park recently, and
again, no follow-ups to that request.

I tried to use the app again to report faulty wiring on a lamp post in
another park; however, I gave up after the app crashed on me three
times while using.

What prompted me to write this review was that on October 10th the
Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) actually gave an award to the
city of Marietta for this terrible application. This is beyond crazy!
I read in the press release “Developed in-house by city IT staff to
reduce costs”, and man does it show. Not only that, but there has not
been a single update since the release date. I’ve been a professional
developer for 7 years, and as good as I’d like to think I am, I’ve had
to make small fixes and updates after every go-live I have ever had.
So, if you are the developer or city official in charge of this
application reading this review right now, I seriously and honestly
applaud the effort in branching out with this; the idea behind it is
laudable definitely, and other cities have had success doing similar
things. However, this app is a no-go. The tax payer resources would be
better spent either elsewhere, or in the extra effort it would
actually take to make a thing like this successful. Please hire a
company that knows what they are doing to create this, there are
plenty around the Atlanta area. I hope you consider this constructive


City of Marietta
15.2 MB
Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2016 City of Marietta, GA


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