It was announced at last week’s county commission meeting that the new website was now operational.
Olivia Smith, special projects coordinator, and Kembrew Jackson, I.T. manager for the county, gave a presentation to the commission concerning what is now available on the new website.
Information that was previously on the old website is still available, the pair explained.
The difference is that now it’s more interactive, they said. The site hosts four key features of information that make interaction effective and information readily available that include:
• Key Services
The new County Commission Page has an abundance of features that allow visitors to gain access to agendas, meetings and information about each commissioner.
Concerning agendas, Smith stated that they are on the site and are available to be viewed.
The entire Agenda Packet may be downloaded or viewed online.
Each department’s page is designed to inform site visitors about the functions and responsibilities of that particular department.
Each department has the ability to expand the content provided on their pages, Smith said.
There is now an Events Calender that will be active and updated featuring events, commission meeting dates and times, as well as important notices and deadlines.
The Document Center is home to all of the county’s documents from forms and applications to maps, exhibits, ordinances and regulations, agendas, bids and RFPs.
Site visitors can use the Document Center to search for forms categorized by title, document type and department. Departments may create a form that can be printable or fillable online.
This area will continue to be expanded, Jackson said.
The Notification System on the website allows subscribers to receive county-related notifications. Subscribers may select which list they would like to receive notifications from.
You will need to subscribe to the Notification System by filling out a form on the website.