Originally posted at 3:20 p.m. Updated at 4:44 p.m.
FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham has redesigned its website. The launch of the new redesign took place today, July 19.
The website has a citizen help center, a community calendar, and links to community news.
There is a meet the Mayor and meet the 11 elected City Councilors section on the homepage.
The City sent out a press release after 4:30 p.m. today.
“Our team has worked diligently to ensure that the site content is streamlined, the search function is optimized and the site offers an enhanced user experience. The redesigned site is in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act guidelines for website accessibility and offers language translation services. The updated site includes changes to navigation, with dropdown menus for both mobile and desktop versions. We’ve also improved the structure of our content and the internal search engine optimization, so visitors will find what they are searching for faster. There is a host of smaller but impactful changes have been implemented for a more engaging FraminghamMa.gov web experience,” said the release.
“We hope you find our new site informative and easy to navigate. Information has been categorized into four main categories: Government, Services, Departments, and a “How Do I” menu, highlighting current City initiatives, vital forms and news. Although much work has been done, we are still working to improve some of the web pages,” said the release.