The Dayton Delivers app is your official civic engagement tool to stay in touch with the City of Dayton, OH. The app allows service requests (potholes, noise complaints, dangerous conditions, etc) to be submitted directly to City Hall, where it will be instantly routed to the correct city staff in the appropriate department. This means your service requests will be responded to quickly and efficiently, and you'll be notified the instant they are resolved!

Here's how it works:

1. See something that needs to be fixed?
2. Submit a request and even attach a photo.
3. City Staff receives the request and fixes the problem!

You get notified when the request is completed.

You can also monitor requests, provide comments, follow other requests in your community and check out the latest City news and events.

The City of Dayton looks forward to serving you. Download the app to get started today!

Ratings and Reviews

1.6 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Aaaaaaaaaauhgfd1234 ,

Terrible app

This app is terrible. It too long of a process to enter information. Also, it’s not a app. It’s the City’s website. Please go back to the app version. I tried to report a dead animal and couldn’t get through the process. And the form asked for information that was submitted when I registered. What’s the point of having a account if I have to enter my full contact information to submit a request?

Please try again with the update.

MarvonMundale ,

Simple, maybe too simple

The main reason to use this app is to report a problem, and now there’s just one button to do that, which is good. But, it was nice to be able to see if something was already reported, what else’s was happening in the neighborhood, etc. now all that is gone. But I can’t really say I missed it, since I only logged in occasionally when something needed to be reported.

DIY guru ,

Dayton leaders STILL don’t get it....

They’ve done away with an app that worked fairly well. Now it’s all done through the city’s site. You cannot see what’s going on in your area and reporting problems is now even more difficult. Once again you trash something that actually works and come up with this abomination. Get it together city hall and fire whoever came up with this idea

App Privacy

The developer, City of Dayton, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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