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Kansas City, Kansas, adds digital services as health crisis closes offices

April 15, 2020

Starting Tuesday, residents of Kansas City, Kansas, and surrounding Wyandotte County got access to a mobile app that replicates digitally many of services normally offered at physical government offices that have been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The myWyco app, which first launched in fall 2017 giving users access to 311 services, property-tax payments and vehicle registrations, is being retooled to allow people to apply for business licenses, pay inspection and permit fees and make donations to charities like Meals on Wheels. MyWyco is designed by PayIt, a cloud-service provider that has worked with Kansas, Florida and several other states to develop suites of digital services, including the State of Kansas’ iKan app.

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