Published On: Tue, Feb 7th, 2017

City of Boca Raton Launches Redesigned Website

Boca city hall_1453838434524_30686250_ver1.0_640_480The City of Boca Raton is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned government website The new site was specifically developed to provide citizens and visitors with access to Boca Raton information and services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The City worked with government website specialists CivicPlus, of Manhattan, KS, to create the new site which is mobile responsive and accessible on a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device. Designed to be user-friendly, the new site features top and left-hand menu items that provide intuitive navigation, quickly directing users to the information they need the most.

“We hope this new site will be a great resource for residents, visitors and those doing business in Boca Raton,” said Mayor Susan Haynie. “The site not only provides current information, it encourages a level of interaction we haven’t had before.”

The new look includes design elements that are indicative of Boca Raton including history, architecture, beauty, and elegance.

“Our residents and visitors have shared their perspective on Boca Raton’s essence through photography on our Instagram account, so we tried to incorporate much of that in the site’s design,” noted Chrissy Gibson, Communications and Marketing Manager for the City. “We are looking forward to integrating the new site features with our social media presence to engage a greater audience.”

The new website includes improved functionality that boosts site visitors’ ability to interact with City staff. The enhanced functionality includes a Request Tracker to report concerns including potholes, street light outages, maintenance and other issues. The new social media index page allows visitors to easily choose and follow their favorite pages and interests.

In addition to the new palm beach website, the City plans to launch a new mobile app, MyBocaLink, in the next month.

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