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City asks for public input on new website

The city of Grand Forks is in the process of developing a new website, with an anticipated launch in spring 2014. The city is asking for the public's input on the website through an online exercise. This exercise will give users a list of Web pag...

The city of Grand Forks is in the process of developing a new website, with an anticipated launch in spring 2014.

The city is asking for the public's input on the website through an online exercise. This exercise will give users a list of Web pages that are on the city website and will ask participants to put the Web pages into groups. This information will be gathered and used to help determine the most logical navigation on the new city website.

In addition, the city of Grand Forks has created a Grand Forks City Blog that will follow the website development process. This blog will also give residents an opportunity to give feedback on the new website.

Please visit www.grandforksgov.com to participate in the exercise and access the blog.

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