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App makes it easier to get information on all things JCPRD
Posted on August 31, 2018 at 11:56 AM by Becky Burnside
There’s a new way to connect with JCPRD and keep up with what’s going on and what the district offers.
On July 31 the district launched a mobile app.
“It provides shortcuts to areas within our new website, such as our calendar, our employment opportunities, golf tee times, park information, current projects, rainout and closure information, etc.,” explained Marketing & Communications Manager Richard Smalley. “We know around 56 percent of our website users are accessing it on a mobile device, and this helps them to navigate the site easier.”
The app is free and available for both Android and iPhone users.
Development of the new app was included in the website development contract with CivicPlus of Manhattan, Kan., who developed and launched the district’s new website earlier this year.
Android/Google users can download the app through the Google Play store and search for JCPRD. It’s slightly more complicated for iPhone/Apple users, who will be directed by Apple to the CivicPlus app. Once that app has been downloaded, type JCPRD or use the “find your location” feature to select the app and go directly to the menu screen.
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