TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — On Wednesday, the city of Terre Haute launched a new app to help people bring attention to problems that need to be solved in the city.

It’s called the My TH 311+ app, and it was created with the goal of making it easier for residents to report issues like potholes, broken streetlights, or missed garbage pick-ups.

Mayor Duke Bennett said he wanted to use the newest technology with the hope that it will get more people engaged with the city. Bennett also said that the app will help the city respond to issues more quickly.

“At the end of the day, that’s the most important thing, I want to fix it as fast as we can as the city of Terre Haute and I think this will lead us down that path of getting the information faster which then in turn means we fix it faster,” Bennett said.

Residents are welcome still use other ways of communication like emailing or calling to report an issue. The app is free and can be found on the app store or by scanning the QR code.

For more information about the My TH 311+ app, visit the app webpage.