City of Nampa

Posted on: February 24, 2017

City of Nampa updates web page, logo; new mobile app will be launched later this spring

picture of new web design

Nampa residents will find a new and easier-to-use website when they visit the city’s website next time. The city also modernized the Nampa logo, giving it fresh, brighter colors.

The website facelift is part of the city’s goal to improve communications with residents and customers, according to Communications Director Vickie Holbrook. The city will unveil a mobile app later this spring, although the new website is more responsive to mobile devices.

Visitors to the site won’t notice any major organizational changes, but the new platform provides a simple back-end system so more staff members citywide can assist in adding and updating content on the web. The new site also includes highly visible buttons to some of the most used services on the web.

“We recognize that more and more people conduct business via the computer or mobile device so it makes sense to use a more user-friendly system with more flexibility on the city’s side to adapt as needs and user habits change,” Holbrook said.

The city’s online calendar will also become more robust, now that it has a home-page presence, but users will need to scroll to the bottom for that. Users of the Agenda Center and the full-view of the calendar will view the “old” look for another month.

In addition to the updates to the web, the reddish/brown Nampa logo has been replaced with a teal and green color combo for a more modern look.

“Visitors of the site should report any problems they see to pio@cityofnampa.us so we can address them,” Holbrook said.

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