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Metro311 Mobile App
Just look for the new Louisville Metro 311 icon above when you search for "Louisville Metro 311" in your Apple Store or Google Play store!
Metro Police Mobile App
The Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) is making it easy to report a tip, file a complaint, file a police report, appeal a citation and much more, using the LMPD mobile app. Just search for "Civic Mobile" in your app store. Or download it on the Apple store or Google Play.
In addition to receiving notifications using LENSAlert, Louisville's emergency notification system, individuals can create a Safety Profile for themselves and their household that can include any information they want 9-1-1 and first responders to have in the event of an emergency. Look for Smart911 in your app store today! When individuals make an emergency call, their Safety Profile is automatically displayed to the 9-1-1 call taker, allowing them to send the right responders to the right location with the right information. Information about medical history, allergies to medication, number of residents in a home and even a picture of the family dog can all be added to a Safety Profile. Frequently asked questions about Smart911.
PARC has launched two additional mobile apps and a text to park function. In addition to the Passport and Go502 mobile apps, PARC welcomes ParkMobile, PayByCell and a new Text to Park application powered by ParkMobile. This addition of two new mobile apps and a text to park function gives residents and visitors to downtown Louisville a parking experience like no other in the country. Motorists may initiate parking sessions from the comfort of their vehicle - without ever needing to deal with cash or coins! So, find your hometown mobile app and get started today!
Parking Apps from Parking Authority of River City (PARC)
Nextdoor Neighborhood App
Metro Police, Public Works, Develop Louisville, and the Louisville Water Company are all contributing information and updates to the Nextdoor App so you can stay informed about what's going on around you. Download on the Apple store or on Google Play. And find out more about Nextdoor on their website.
Louisville Metro Government is partnered with Waze to display all road closure information which displays it on an easy-to-use and easy-to-see-and-understand mobile app that can be downloaded on smart phones, tablets or in car navigation systems. The information is enhanced by sharing crowd-sourced incident reports from Waze users, also known as Wazers. Users also can put in their starting address and ending address – and Waze will map the most direct route to avoid road closures. Download Waze now in the Apple store or Google Play.
The Smell MyCity App is a mobile phone app designed to engage local residents in tracking pollution odors. Smell MyCity can be used anywhere in the United States. The map view displays smell reports submitted in the area on a given date. This allows residents to track where odors are frequently concentrated, and link those smell events to poor air quality in, or upwind from, those areas. Download it from the Apple Store or Google Play Store.