5 Apps Every Tallahassee Resident Should Have

By Cristi McKee | Photo: City of Tallahassee

Did you know that you can pay your City of Tallahassee utility bills, find the local bus schedule, and report electricity outages all from the comfort of your own phone? These apps were created right here in the Capital City with the purpose of helping connect citizens to the local government, utility offices, and more. Check them out. 

DigiTally — This free app is a “non-emergency customer gateway” for City of Tallahassee customers to report city issues like potholes in the road, pay utility bills, and identify bus routes. You can download it on the App Store or on Google Play

Tallahassee Police Department app — To “stay informed on the go,” download the Tallahassee Police Department app on the App Store or on Google Play. This app alerts individuals of local incidents in real time, keeps you connected to the TPD, and gives updated information on events of interest.

e+ Mobile — This app allows City of Tallahassee customers to pay their utility bills from the convenience of their smartphone. Find it on the App Store and on Google Play.  

TallyParks — The TallyParks app, which is available on the App Store and Google Play, is perfect for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. It provides app-users with full maps of all the trails and parks that Tallahassee has to offer. 

Tallahassee International Airport SMS — If you’re a frequent flyer at the Tallahassee International Airport, this app is for you. The app provides “innovative, proactive and systematic approach to managing safety” at the airport, and can be found on the App Store and on Google Play. 

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