Mon, 16 Jan 2012
As the primary source of information for municipal programs and services, the Town of Oakville unveiled its newly revamped oakville.ca today, introducing new features, new functionality and new opportunities for the public to connect with their local government.
“Our new website will simplify our customers’ online relationship with the Town of Oakville. Residents told us they wanted quick and easy access to important information,” said Mayor Rob Burton. “Our team has done an excellent job at taking oakville.ca in a positive direction. I look forward to seeing how our community interacts with the new tools we’ve developed with them in mind.”
Oakville’s new customer-focused website offers multiple ways to explore the site and find information. Quick links and intuitive headings direct users to frequently visited pages. New and enhanced features include:
The new oakville.ca was developed to improve the customers’ experience with the town, making it easier to access and share information. To engage Oakville’s diverse communities, web accessibility standards and guidelines were given special consideration and will continue to be a top priority.
“As websites are always changing, we will continue to enhance our site to meet the changing needs of our residents, businesses and visitors,” said Jane Courtemanche, director, Strategy, Policy and Communications. “We look forward to expanding our use of social media tools to build new relationships with the community and providing even more interactive engagement opportunities.”
In the 2011 Citizen Survey, 65 per cent of respondents identified the website as their preferred way to access information about the town.
Online Communications Advisor
Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 3005