Designed to be mobile-friendly, the website includes new features and a greater integration with the County’s social media platforms. The top navigation items are unchanged, but by hovering over them readers can immediately see a ‘mega-menu’ of all the webpages under that category. Redirects will be in effect, so all bookmarks should work.
On the homepage are quick links, calendars, news stories and a box that shows what’s on the County’s Facebook page at that moment. Another new feature will be a NotifyMe page where citizens can signup for a variety of notices and bulletins sent out by the County, including public hearings scheduled by the Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission.
There will be a greater number of fillable forms that can be emailed directly to the County without having to be printed off and mailed. These will include a new polling place application that will enable users to find out where they vote and who their representative is on the Board of Supervisors by filling in their address.
There may be some delay in accessing the site this weekend until search engines have ‘found’ the site.