The Rochester Works free mobile app is the easiest way to report non-emergency issues, such as potholes, damaged street signs, damage sidewalk, graffiti and other local problems that need attention within the City of Rochester, Michigan. Your service requests will be automatically sent to the City’s Department of Public Works and directed to the appropriate City department. Responses will then be evaluated and prioritized for correction. This app uses GPS to recognize your location and gives you a menu of common quality-of-life conditions to select from. The app allows you to upload pictures or videos to accompany your request. The mobile app can also be used for a variety of other issues such as street maintenance, street light issues, damaged trees, parking meters, and others. Residents can track the status of reports they or other members of the community have submitted. Residents can also call the City of Rochester, Michigan at (248-651-9061) for information on any municipal service or to report a problem in town.