Indianapolis launches online GIS complaint system

Indianapolis residents can now go online to tell city officials about annoying potholes, knee-high weeds in their neighbor's
yard or stray animals roaming the area.

The Mayor's Action Center has launched a new online complaint system that residents can use to report problems including
trash dumping or graffiti.

IndyRequest uses geographic information system technology so that residents can report problems by picking a spot on the
map. Officials say that will allow people to report issues even if they don't know the exact address of a problem.

The system also allows people to report problems anonymously if they choose.

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