Glenwood Springs unveils new website |

Glenwood Springs unveils new website

Glenwood Springs has made major changes to its municipal website, and the improvements are a lot more than skin deep.

In addition to a glossy new interface, comes with a slew of new features.

Foremost is the “Notify Me” service, located through a link about halfway down the homepage. There, residents and others can sign up for everything from a general newsflash — handy for things like last week’s power outage — to alerts for bids and job openings.

The city is also working on digitizing its forms, with job and board applications already available for online submission.

Finally, the update comes with increased transparency, with a fully searchable database of municipal code available through the “code” link toward the top of the homepage.

“We really wanted to improve our communication with our citizens, and we feel like the website is the primary source people are going to go to,” explained information systems director Bob Farmer.

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