SONOMA (KRON) — Sonoma officials are launching a new city website that will provide fire recovery information, the city announced on Thursday.
Up until recently Sonoma County and the city of Santa Rosa had their own websites for information.
They have now combined their effort in one place: sonomacountyrecovers.org
It features all sorts of vital links and guides for those who may have lost their homes or sustained some sort of damage during the wildfires.
“During the past week at the City’s Emergency Operations Center, we relied primarily on Facebook to communicate important information not only to City residents but to the broader community. Going forward, our new website will be able to serve as our foundation for communications, providing a hub that is integrated with social media as well as new e-mail updates,” Sonoma Mayor Rachel Hundley said.
The new city website is mobile-friendly and includes better search tools, language translation, and better ease of use, officials said.
“We think that this new site will be more user-friendly and interactive, and allow us to provide a better city government experience for residents, businesses and visitors,” Capriola said. “But since we are launching earlier than planned, we ask for both patience and feedback as we build out some of the remaining content.”WHAT OTHERS ARE CLICKING ON:
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