Jerusalem's new +106 app
Jerusalem introduces a new service!
The Municipality of Jerusalem, via its Hotline 106, recently introduced an advanced service app for residents as part of the city's development of its digital services.
The new app enables users to make inquiries to the hotline using a very short procedure, and in just a few seconds.
The app enables you to report various hazards on the basis of your location!
Using the app, you can now easily and effectively report about an overflowing garbage bin; a streetlight that is not working; cleanliness of parks; weeding; stray dogs; sweeping; carcass removal; a fallen sign; pruning; and fixing of holes in the road.
The app also enables you to send messages to the hotline on any topic that you would like, because you matter to us!
Last year, Hotline 106 dealt with approximately 350,000 inquiries, including about 30,000 a month and about 1,500 a day. The hotline has 40 staff members, most of whom are students, working in shifts. The largest number of inquiries are during the summer months, with a peak of about 40,000 in July.
The Mayor of Jerusalem, Moshe Lion, said "One of the important issues for me as mayor is service to our residents. During the last year and a half, we invested many resources in improving the quality of service, and the app is the latest of a variety of steps. I call upon all residents of Jerusalem to report any hazard. We are here for you, and we support you."
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