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Residential Information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Normal municipalities are open from 8:30am until 4:30pm. This is still a rough week when your residents or business owners are calling non-stop into your offices. Townships Online can reduce these calls during the day and solve issues late at night by offering your residents or business owners information at their fingertips at any time, day or night.
Save Paper, Time and Money
By letting your residents have access to numerous documents online, you can save paper, time and money. Some townships or municipalities take advantage of this little feature of the website by posting hundreds of applications, licenses, documents, forms and legal documents. The users can then access them via your new Townships Online Website. It's easy as 1-2-3.
Meeting Schedules: Let them know when
Further your community interest by keeping your meeting schedule up-to-date. Your meeting schedule can be a blog that tells the user time, date and location. You can include specifics such as the meeting agenda, what to wear and when the meeting will conclude.
Up to the Minute News
Your website will include a "What's New" section as well as an events calendar for important events. The news section can be comprised of school or business closings, important alerts or information that lets your residents know whats going on in your township or municipality.
Permission-Based Content Management
Perhaps the most glorious part of a Townships Online website is the CMS, or Content Management System. Having up-date-date website content is very important to keep your users visiting over and over again. We have designed and created a Content Magagement System (CMS) that will allow you to modify your own website content from anywhere there's an Internet connection. What's more, you can designate what user can update each specific section. For instance, if Joe is responsible for updating the leaf collection schedule, his login will limit him only to that section of the website. He will not be able to update other sections such as the Meeting Schedule. The user login is a secure 128-bit encryption certificate that prevents hackers from entering your system.
Meeting Mintues and Agendas
We understand the need for the public to have access to such things as your meeting minutes and agendas. That's why we have created a section of the Townships Online websites for this. After every meeting, a specified person can copy and paste the meeting minutes into the Content Management System for the public to view. They can also access a section where meeting agendas can be posted for upcoming meetings.
Complete Subsections Available
For more complex departments of your municipality, subsections or submenus are available. For instance, your public works department may include subsections such as waste management, snow removal, recycling, street lights, etc. When a user clicks on public works, they will be presented with a submenu with these options.
Photo Galleries That You Can Update
Another fantastic portion of a Townships Online website is the photo galleries. This neat little feature allows you, the administrator, to easily add photographs to your photo galleries. The galleries can contain categories and subcategories alike. The photo galleries include features such as:
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- Auto-resizing of images
- Auto thumbnailer (creates smaller images that represent the larger image)
- Multiple galleries and categories
- Multiple pages for large galleries
- ... and much more.
Many townships and courts are often flooded with the same questions every day such as:
Reduce the amount of phone calls that your court clerk receives by offering these frequent questions on your Townships Online website.
- Who do I make the check out to?
- What should I wear to court?
- Are cameras allowed in the courtroom?
- Can I pay my fines online?
- What happens if I don't show up for court?