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Colorado Springs city app to report potholes working again

Posted at 6:26 PM, Jul 22, 2019

COLORADO SPRINGS — The "Go-Co-Springs" app is back up after malfunctioning in April.

City staff reportedly started noticing a decrease in the number of reports for potholes and downed trees on the app.

As it turns out, the app was not working due to some recent upgrades.

What we did was look into the back end of each of these apps, and we were able to export a list of issues that hadn't been transferred over, and we were able to take those and assign them to difference groups in the city who handle them," said Jay Anderson with the city.

The city has shifted crews and schedules to help catch up on the delayed requests. A brand new app should come out in a few weeks.