December 14, 2012

City seeks input ahead of website upgrade

An easy-to-navigate website is a priority, city spokesperson says.

By Randy Billings rbillings@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

PORTLAND — The city is asking people who live or work in Portland to weigh in on what they like - and don't like - about its website, ci.portland.me.us.

A screenshot of the current City of Portland website, ci.portland.me.us

Website users are being asked to fill out an 11-question online survey at www.portlandmaine.gov/survey/.

"Providing up-to-date information on an easy-to-navigate website is a priority for the city, and public feedback will help the city as the redesign process begins," City Hall Spokeswoman Nicole Clegg said in a press release.

Clegg said the survey will be open through January and the new website is expected to be launched next fall.

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