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Avondale Estates launches new city website

Avondale Estates

Avondale Estates launches new city website

Avondale Estates launched a new city website.
Avondale Estates launched a new city website.

Avondale Estates launched a new city website.

The city of Avondale Estates launched its new website Thursday, Oct. 8.

Avondale made the announcement in a citywide email, saying, “After months of work that included a request for proposals, a community survey and a content and navigation overhaul, the City of Avondale Estates is pleased to announce that the new City website launched this morning!”

Avondale Estates asked for feedback on the website design in August. It worked with a web development firm called CivicPlus to create the new site.

It has city announcements and a calendar on the home page, along with other quick links for meeting agendas and FAQs. Residents can also access the “report a concern” tab from the home page, which has service request forms and contact forms.

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The city said the website is not the only new communication tool residents will notice. The email said, “Along with the City’s new website, residents can expect to see a redesigned E-News. The redesigned E-News mirrors the City’s new website design. Also, E-News recipients can expect a more modern and streamlined reading format.”

Avondale Estates noted on its Facebook page, that some people may not be able to see the new site right away: “Because of technical changes to the new website please allow up to 8 hours to view the new website. If you are unable to view the new website please try and refresh your browser to help view the new site. Thank you for your patience.”

Dena Mellick

Dena Mellick is the Associate Editor of Decaturish.com.


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