Whether you’d like to compliment a City employee, ask the City Clerk a question, or report a code nuisance, the City of Tamarac has made it easy to reach out and let City staff know what’s happening, or voice your concerns on just about anything going on in Tamarac.
In partnership with “MyCivic,” Tamarac’s “MyCivicApp” page makes it as easy as 1,2,3 to report an issue or ask a question from the comfort of your keyboard.
Here’s how easy it is:
- Visit https://webrai.mycivicapps.com/Tamarac
- Choose an issue (for example, “Code Nuisance”)
- Enter the details as well as any other relevant information
OK, so it’s not quite as easy as “1,2,3” but it is just as easy as “1,2,3,4.”
According to the MyCivic website, the mission of MyCivic is “to fit city hall in citizens’ pockets.” Located in Seal Beach, California, the company was founded by CEO TJ Sokoll; in 2019, MyCivic was acquired by Tyler Technologies (based in Plano, Texas), where Sokoll is now Vice President of Product Strategy.
According to the Dallas Morning News, Tyler Technologies (which recently experienced a ransomware attack) “provides software for everything from jail and court management systems to payroll, human resources, tax and land records to local and state governments”; last year, its annual revenue exceeded $1 billion.
So the next time you’d like to report an issue or just ask a question, check out MyCivicApp. It’s as easy as 1,2,3,4!