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The City of Charlotte is launching a Spanish-language version of the CLT+ application

By meerna Jun12,2024

Source: City of Charlotte

CHARLOTTE (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — The City of Charlotte has launched CLT+ Espanol, a single-source application for service requests and information, city officials announced Tuesday.

This is the Spanish version of the previously published CLT+ application which has the same features.


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“The City of Charlotte is committed to supporting an inclusive community where every resident has access to the resources they need,” said Saira Estrada, Language Access and Immigrant Integration Coordinator. “The launch of CLT+ Espanol is a great step in making our city services more accessible by ensuring our Spanish-speaking residents have the same opportunities to connect and use city services.”

After working with professional translators during the development phase, CLT+ has been officially certified by Languagex, a prestigious organization supported by the American Translators and Interpreters Association.

Officials describe the app as a quick alternative to calling 311 and can be used to:

  • Pay your water bill
  • Schedule bulky waste collection
  • Report a broken traffic light
  • Please build a sidewalk
  • Report a lost pet

City officials say that if someone has already downloaded the app, they will be notified that an updated version is available. If their primary language is set to Spanish, they will automatically start using CLT+ Espanol.

To download, visit the Apple app and Google Play stores and search for CLT+.

By meerna

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