The City of Eagle announces the launch of a new Citizen Engagement Request program using iWorQ technology. Citizens can report code violations to the City by simply filling out a web-based form.
A New Way for Citizens to Connect with the City making Eagle a safer Place to Live, Work and Play.
The City of Eagle announces the launch of a new Citizen Engagement Request program using iWorQ technology. Citizens can now submit code violations, upload photos by simply filling out a web-based form. The City’s website features a quick link to the form and there’s also a free app, iWorQ Service Request, for citizens to use on cell phones apple or android devices.
Once submitted, the iWorQ form automatically creates a tracking number for the request and assigns it to the Code Enforcement Officer. Once it’s updates and actions are tracked in the program database, until the request reaches a resolution. Citizens can also follow the status of their requests by creating an individual iWorQ account, at the time of the creation of their request.
(Create an account simply by signing in with Google or Facebook accounts, if you don’t have either one you can continue as Guest.)
Here are a few examples of citizen requests:
Building without a Permit
File a Weed Complaint
Intersection Site Obstruction
Report an Abandoned/Disable Vehicle
Report a Nuisance Animal or Noise Complaint
New Business needing a Portable Sign Permit
To submit a request, complete the form or use the free iWorQ app. If you’re having trouble completing the web-based form or app, call Eagle Police Code Enforcement Office at 208-577-3715.
Residents can download the free iWorQ Service Request app in PlayStore or iTunes. When setting up the app, use the agency code Eagle01.