City of Cheyenne launches new websites
The City of Cheyenne, Cheyenne Police Department, and the Board of Public Utilities (Board) have each launched new websites effective July 1st, 2020.
“In many ways, a website serves as a first impression; a front porch to your community, if you will,” said Mayor Marian Orr. “We’re thrilled to launch these websites that provide a better user experience. As our reliance on technology continues to grow, it’s imperative that a website not only be informative but functional for our community.”
Each new site provides an enhanced, clean, and user-friendly experience with simplified navigation compatible and responsive on both desktop and mobile devices. Emphasizing service-based needs of residents, each site provides easier access to helpful tools, information, and resources.
The redesign features language translation options and text-to-speech services; enabling the public to convert text to audio, enlarge text, and highlight text on screen. With convenience in mind, the public can submit online forms based on department specific needs, report a concern, or apply to a board vacancy position. Additionally, access to make online payments, bids and proposals, minutes and agendas, and other commonly used features are conveniently located on the homepage.
All websites are powered by OpenCities. The Governing Body approved the City’s Professional Services Agreement with OpenCities at the August 26th, 2019 City Council Meeting. Each website retains their existing URL: