Jul 26, 2012 - By Emily Etheredge, Staff WriterThe City of Riverton will soon have a new website. Customer service supervisor Mia Harris unveiled the changes at the Riverton City Council meeting July 17.
"I thought I would give everyone a sneak peek at some of the work we have done to get this up and running," Harris said. "We wanted the new site to have a lot of color and vibrancy to represent the vibrancy of the community."
The new website will have
features that allow Riverton residents to pay bills online, stream city council meetings, contact elected officials and find commonly used telephone numbers in the city. Users will also be able to find building guidelines and checklist codes.
Harris said the City of Riverton will also have a Facebook page and a Twitter account that will automatically upload from the city website.
"There are lots of new features coming that we are really excited about," Harris said.
She said the website should be live in the next couple of weeks.
"The website staff has been working a long time on this site," Harris said.
Mayor Ron Warpness said he thought the changes looked wonderful, and the site would be an exciting draw for the community.
"We are very anxious for this new site to launch," Warpness said.
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