Winnecke Administration encourages online government service use

(March 13, 2020) — The Winnecke Administration is encouraging residents to use online city government services in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the COVID-19 virus. That includes practicing social distancing and staying home if you're sick.

Residents with access to a computer or smartphone can submit a concern, pay their parking ticket and apply for permits on the City's website.

"We're looking for every possible way to be proactive in looking out for public health," said Mayor Lloyd Winnecke. "Residents can limit their risk of exposure by using these tools."

Here's a list of online services:

Submit a Concern – Action Center

Pay Water & Sewer Bill Online — EWSU My Water App

For other EWSU services, visit

Pay City Ordinance Violation

Pay City Parking Ticket Online

Submit a Bite Report with Animal Control

City of Evansville Online Application

Report a Crime

Search Cemetery Databases

City Accounting Forms

City License & Permit Applications

Apply for a permit with Building Commission

City and Utility Vendor Self-Service Registration

Application to Perform Work in Road Rights-of-Way

Changes to Buildings or Property Within Historic Preservation District Certificate Application

Requests for Proposal/Quote From the Department of Metropolitan Development

Promise Zone Facade Grant Application

Affordable Housing Fund Advisory Committee General Application

Affordable Housing Fund Advisory Committee Developer Application

Environmental Protection Agency Complaints

Event Request Form - Evansville Fire Department

APC Site Review Application

APC Improvement Location Permits

APC Zoning Appeals

APC Subdivisions

Human Relations Commission-Discrimination Interview Form


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