To download the Free City of Richmond smartphone app to your Android phone, Apple iphone or ipad, open the Apple App Store for your IOS devise or the Google Play Store for Android smartphones.
Enter Richmond California to search for the app. It will have the City's logo and it will say City of Richmond (CRW Systems, Inc) After downloading the app it's ready to use.
You can do the following with the app:
1. Report and track issues
2. Get information on the City Council and City departments. You can also call them or initiate an email with one touch icons
3. Read information on City Parks, Public buildings and Community Centers and be able to use the built in navigation features on your phone to get there
4. Receive City newsflashes
5. Access information and directions to Richmond dining and shopping establishments
6. Connect to the City's online recreation system to sign up for programs and reserve facilities (coming soon)
7. Access a calendar of City events
8. Display the current weather in Richmond
9. Opt in to receive emergency alerts issued by the City
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