The City of Brighton has launched a website redesign that is easier to navigate, more efficient, and visually-engaging for the public to use. The new www.brightonco.gov website features a modern look and user-centered layout focused on connecting city services and resources for community stakeholders, while also incorporating public input during a recent website survey.
“For many in our community, the city’s website is the first step to get the information they need,” said Kristen Chernosky, Director of Communications and Engagement. “The hope is the redesign will create a more user-friendly experience for those individuals to get the answers and resources they need. This reflects our commitment to making that online experience as accessible as possible.”
All the existing features and services of the former website, like paying a utility bill and reporting a concern, are still available on www.brightonco.gov.
Due to the launch, users may experience issues navigating the website in the next 48 hours. All website issues should be resolved after that time period.
The city’s last redesign was launched in 2018. The city receives approximately 550,000 viewers and 1 million page views a year on average.
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