BEACONSFIELD, QC, May 9, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - The City is pleased to announce the launch of a new citizen platform that will allow residents to centralize their interactions with the City.
Bciti is an application serving municipalities. Several cities have already successfully made this digital shift. We are glad to announce we are taking a step towards the digitization of the City's communications.
Access to the bciti platform can be done via a computer, tablet or smartphone. The usefulness of the application will continue to grow as new features are gradually implemented. Citizens can take advantage of the following options today:
- Receive important notices and news from the City by email or text message
- Make requests, ask questions or make comments and track the progress of your file online and in real time
- Report a non-urgent problem
« It is with great pride that we launch bciti in Beaconsfield. We are confident that this new multiservice platform will positively transform the relationship our residents have with the City's administration. To evolve in the digital era, a city must be able to count on citizen engagement, in addition to being able to communicate with residents very quickly. The more informed citizens are, the more involved they become », said Mayor Georges Bourelle.
In the coming months, other services will be offered on this platform: online citizen consultations, a calendar of activities, a digital citizen card offering direct access to the resident's secure file, including registration for leisure and library activities and more!
The app is available for Android and iOS mobile devices. To access bciti, visit beaconsfield.b-citi.com.
SOURCE City of Beaconsfield
For further information: Mayor's office, 514 428.4410, beaconsfield.ca