The city is getting into the digital age with a new service called Urban Care, which offers the city’s residents a digital assistant that provides daily information about the city and lets residents create customized plans.
The app, which was announced on Wednesday, will give residents access to a central map, where residents can track their daily progress, and a timeline for building a community.
It will be launched in mid-March, according to the city.
This is just the beginning.
Urban Care is a free service that will be offered to all residents of the city of Chicago, with plans to expand to other parts of the country, including California, according the city website.
Residents can access the app from their smartphones or tablet computers and use it to stay up-to-date on the city, as well as get help with planning, creating a community, and scheduling an appointment.
Once installed, residents can access their personal data, including information such as their address, phone number, and e-mail address.
Users will also have the ability to share their plans with other people.