City directors put out new Wausau app

A new app aims to help community members know what’s going on in the city.

The City Of Wausau app has all the same functions as the website, but the city’s technology department said it’s a lot easier to find what you need.

"We can provide accessed information so citizens can get 24 hours a day," said IT director Gerry Klein.

The app allows you to pay your parking tickets, plus check garbage schedules and bus routes.

You can also report issues that you see around the city.

Directors went around the city and found what the most common questions are asked at city hall. They hope the app will help limit hall traffic. 

"They have a chance to deal with something that’s a little more complicated with another citizen," Klein said.

The app is free for all smart devices, and you can find it at the app store.

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