Use Your Smartphone to Submit Non-Emergency Issues
Jurupa Community Services District (JCSD) and the City of Eastvale have partnered to offer E-Citizen, a real-time mobile civic engagement platform. E-Citizen is a mobile and online non-emergency service request system for the City of Eastvale, California and Jurupa Community Services District (JCSD). E-Citizen allows citizens to identify issues and report those service requests directly to the City of Eastvale or JCSD. Residents can upload a photo or video of the issue and mark the geographic location on a map. Each request can then be tracked for follow up. Requests may be submitted online or using a smartphone. Citizens will receive push-notifications, emails or both with status updates on their service request(s).
E-citizen is a free and simple way to report non-emergency issues within the boundaries of JCSD’s service area and the City of Eastvale such as:
Code Enforcement (City of Eastvale boundaries)
Graffiti (JCSD Service Area)
Illegal Dumping (City of Eastvale boundaries)
Park Maintenance (JCSD Parks Territory)
Potholes (City of Eastvale boundaries)
Water (leaks, flooding, etc.)
And so much more!
If the issue you are reporting is a public safety emergency, please call 911.
Smart phone users may download the E-Citizen app from iTunes, Google Play, Blackberry World and Windows Phone Marketplace.
E-Citizen Download Instructions - iPhone Users
From iPhone devices click here to go to the iTunes App store to find E-citizen. You can also go directly to the store by copying and pasting this link into your address bar https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/e-citizen/id881236739?mt=8.
E-Citizen Download Instructions - Android Users
From Android devices go to the Android marketplace and search for E-Citizen. You can also click here or input https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.citysourced.jcsdca&hl=en directly into your address bar on the phone or your computer.
Stay safe; don’t attempt to use CitySourced (or any app for that matter) while driving.
The app works much better outdoors than it does indoors. This is especially true of Blackberries which rely heavily on satellite communications.