Residents can report concerns with the new Scottsdale EZ online service

Scottsdale EZ, a new online service makes it easier for residents to report problems with city facilities or services like a broken streetlight, a fresh pothole or a missing trash can.

A view of a monument sign motorists encounter when entering into the city of Scottsdale. (File photo)

Scottsdale EZ is a single, mobile-optimized system that lets you quickly report issues and provides the city with a consolidated tracking and reporting system, according to a press release. People are encouraged to notify the city if something needs to be looked at or fixed.

To report issues and get them addressed:

  • Visit on your desktop or mobile device, or search online for “Scottsdale EZ” to find the application link
  • Enter the request or issue in the search bar, select a top request or browse by category
  • Choose an address related to the request, or use your device’s GPS to pinpoint the location of the issue
  • Provide details and submit a photo, if applicable
  • Review your information and submit it
  • Allow time for city staff to respond to you, confirming they’ve received your request

The more accurate information you provide when submitting a request, the quicker it can be assigned to staff and get resolved, the release adds.

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