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Posted on: April 19, 2022

Redesigned County Website Improves User Experience

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Beginning April 19th, visitors to the County’s website will find a variety of design changes, including new colors, fonts, and imagery. The changes come as part of the County’s contract with website vendor CivicPlus, which provides a no-cost redesign for their customers every four years. The County’s last website redesign was completed in 2017.

Highlights of the new website include:

  • An improved user experience, with simplified icons and imagery
  • Improved search functionality, including an AI-powered chatbot to answer customer questions
  • A new language translation feature that allows users to access the website in over 100 languages
  • A Board of Supervisors section on the Home page, with links to Board agendas and minutes, meeting videos, district maps, and district web pages
  • A section highlighting the Board of Supervisors’ objectives, including progress reports for each objective
  • A new web address:

One of the County’s primary goals was to make the website more accessible to users. The new website features simple icons, mobile-friendly navigation, improved search features, and language translation—all elements designed to improve the user experience and assist residents in connecting to the information and services they need.

As part of the redesign, the County is transitioning away from its web address to DotGov domains are specifically reserved for verified governmental entities like county governments to make them easily identifiable to the public. The transition will help residents and visitors understand where information is coming from and who they’re communicating with when they come to the County’s website.

DotGov domains became available at no cost to qualifying U.S.-based government organizations in April 2021. The County will retain for the foreseeable future and redirect customers to

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