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Milton launches new mobile app to better serve the community

On the heels of a new corporate brand, Milton is launching a mobile app designed to better serve and connect the community. myMilton will give residents instant access to local information and services, while on the go.

myMilton was created with the needs of residents in mind. The app features a click and fix photo tool to report and submit service requests, such as traffic light outages and graffiti incidents. Additional features include up-to-the-minute drop-in recreation schedules, news and events, access to the Milton Public Library catalogue, a transit trip planner, and Halton Region’s waste schedule.

“The myMilton app is innovative in that it brings together a number of services from the Town, Region and Province to meet the needs of Miltonians,” said Milton Mayor Gord Krantz. “Residents don’t need to figure out which branch of government to contact about a specific service; we have put it all in one place on the myMilton app.”

“We chose to unveil our new brand and mobile app together on Milton’s 160th anniversary, because they’re both a reflection of our community and our future,” said Milton CAO Bill Mann.

myMilton is now available through the iTunes App Store and Google Play. More information including FAQ’s and links to download the app can be found at www.milton.ca/myMilton.

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Jodie Sales
Manager, Corporate Communications & Marketing
905-878-7252 ext. 2110
Jodie.Sales@milton.ca