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City of Memphis launches new Memphis 311 app to help report problems

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Need to report a non-emergency but don’t know who to call?

The City of Memphis has just released the perfect solution.

It’s the Memphis 311 app, and it allows you to report non-emergency situations like new potholes, code violations and street light outages to the city with just the click of a button.

It’s a good way for the city to keep on top of problems.

All you have to do is take a picture and send it through the app, saving you and the city time.

Other cities like Oakland, Detroit and Richmond have already launched their own versions of the app.

For more information, click visit the app’s page in the Apple store of the Android market.