ADA 508 Compliance for Municipalities: Everything you ever wanted to know, but were afraid to ask

What does it mean: ADA 508 Compliance? The Americans Disability Act 508 compliance can be viewed here: https://www.ada.gov/508/ Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. § 794d) requires that Federal agencies’ electronic and information technology is accessible to people with disabilities, including employees and members of the public. Boiling this down to one word: Accessibility… Read More

Quick Overview of the Survey Results

Last week I asked our Municipal Customers to give us a rating on how we were doing. The results were quite interesting and I am glad that we had several dozen people giving us great and constructive feedback. Overall, the survey results showed that there are several areas to improve in order to have a higher… Read More

photo of 2017 Survey with Dustin Overbeck

Your Feedback is Needed! (Quick Survey)

Update (November 1, 2017): The survey results are now made available on this blog post here. Check out the feedback we received! https://townweb.com/2017/11/01/survey-results/ I’m getting ready to plan out new big things to develop for our Municipal Web Customers for 2018 but wanted to get a measure for what our customers like or don’t like about… Read More

For Your Municipal Government Website: A Walk Through TownWeb’s All New Dashboard

Our all new dashboard is a major improvement over the original, and municipal web administrators in hundreds of municipalities across the country are enjoying how it has simplified the job of maintaining their municipal government websites. We introduced the new dashboard back last year just after Thanksgiving, in an article that shared the backstory of… Read More

Is Your Current Municipal (Government) Website Up To Date?

Having worked with over 400 municipalities, we have noticed that more often than not, clerks did not see the need to change their local government website design, even if it was severely outdated. They simply got used to it and were anxious about potential change. However, if your local government website is 5-10 years old,… Read More