Hamilton City Hall Building a Smartphone App for Apple and Android Devices

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The opening slide of the City's "Smartphone App" presentation to the Hamilton Seniors Advisory Committee on January 5, 2016

The City of Hamilton is building a smartphone application for iOS and Android devices.

A representative of the City Manager's Office publicly unveiled the plan in a short to the Seniors Advisory Committee Friday morning.

The City says the smartphone application project will include information and updates from various City services and departments, and will ensure citizens are getting accurate information from the City.

City staff did not provide The Public Record with the print handouts of their presentation or report.

A three slide presentation was show to the Committee, which was asked for feedback on their expectations for the plan.

These are the slides show to the Seniors Advisory Committee:

Joey Coleman / The Public Record

The opening slide of the City's "Corporate App" presentation to the Hamilton Seniors Advisory Committee on January 5, 2016

Joey Coleman / The Public Record

The second slide of the City's "Corporate App" presentation to the Hamilton Seniors Advisory Committee on January 5, 2016

Joey Coleman / The Public Record

The third slide of the City's "Corporate App" presentation to the Hamilton Seniors Advisory Committee on January 5, 2016

Joey Coleman / The Public Record

The fourth slide of the City's "Corporate App" presentation to the Hamilton Seniors Advisory Committee on January 5, 2016

3 thoughts on “Hamilton City Hall Building a Smartphone App for Apple and Android Devices

  1. Corporate App…or “Corporate Control App”? I don’t understand why they need own app???????? Who will even download? Just like Tribunal minutes – I’m trying to get, but no answer.. nothing posted from 2016 only. They had meetings, what is recorded? I’m paralegal student.

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