Tbilisi City Hall is working on an application called “Fix Tbilisi”, where citizens will be able to post information about and infrastructural problems they spot in the capital, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said at this week’s meeting of the municipal government.
He noted that citizens will be able to provide information to the municipality through the mentioned application without needing to call the hotline.
“‘Fix Tbilisi’ is a special application that every citizen will have access to. It will be a means of communication between the municipality and citizens, the purpose of which is to provide the municipality with information about infrastructural problems in the capital without needing to go through the hotline. The information will thus be more complete and the municipality will be able to more easily identify the problem,” Kaladze claimed.
The application will initially collect information on damage to road infrastructure, trees and plants, outdoor lighting and park infrastructure.
The Mayor said the application will be launched on May 1, and citizens will receive updated information about the work on the problem they identified.