Walker County Launches New Service Request App for Residents

Rock Spring, GA – Imagine being able to report an issue with codes, roads or animals using a smartphone app. That convenience is now a reality for Walker County residents and business owners.

Commissioner Shannon Whitfield unveiled the iWorQ Service Request mobile app during his State of the County address Tuesday at the Walker County Civic Center.

After downloading the app, users need to enter Walker County’s Agency Code, Wal02, to request service. Once entered, you can create an account to track the progress of your issue or continue as a guest.

Along with codes, roads and animals, users can also ask general questions, inquire about renting a county facility and alert the county of concerns with permitting and inspections, drainage and the landfill.

A key feature of the app gives users the ability to take a picture of their problem to send to Walker County and/or upload a file.

The iWorQ Service Request app is now available for free in the App Store for Apple devices and Google Play Store for Android devices.

3 thoughts on “Walker County Launches New Service Request App for Residents

  1. The house behind me is making a lot of noise, working at night with no permit, car parking in front of the house ( they ack like there buying drugs. They have no electricity and no water. This house is at 314 Catoosa street.
    Can something be done.

    1. We have forwarded your message to David Brown, our Director of Codes. He will have it checked out today and will the Drug Task Force look into it as well.

  2. The people at 237 Hollyhock Lane do not have a septic tank. They have dug just a hole in the ground and let their sewage drain into it. They also have wire running from one house to theirs with exposed wires.

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