New app to report potholes, fly-tipping and other problems in Jersey

A new app has been released in Jersey for islanders to report infrastructure problems such as potholes and fly-tipping.

Love Jersey was created by the Infrastructure Department so the community can 'quickly and easily' bring issues to their attention.

If an islanders spots something that needs attention they can:

  • Send a report, through which their location is automatically detected

  • See other reports in the same area, to see if the issue has

  • already been reported

  • Take up to three photos of the problem

  • Choose a category from the list and provide a short written description

  • Save or send the report

  • Receive an instant e-mail acknowledgement that the report has been received

Users can pin point an issue they have seen

Infrastructure say all parishes have been consulted and included in the app, so the right authority responsible can fix any issues.

It's currently in the public test phase but is only monitored during working hours, so it is not meant for emergency use.

This app brings us closer to the community and enables us to work together to get problems sorted. We all love Jersey and want it to look at its best. At DfI we will be making the best use of our resources to prioritise and keep Jersey looking good.

Deputy Eddie Noel, Infrastructure Minister