Monday, 11 October 2010 15:22
New Orleans Gets New Web Domain, Redesign
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Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced the launch of a newly redesigned Web site for the City of New Orleans including a new web address: www.nola.gov. The redesigned Web site is easier to navigate, provides a wealth of information and is more user-friendly.

“This new website will go a long way in improving residents’ accessibility to information and transparency at City Hall,” said Landrieu. “Everyone who knows and loves New Orleans knows that cityofno.com was not a fitting web address for our town so I’m glad to be changing that too.”

On nola.gov, web pages most visited and most requested by users will be promoted to the home page including information about the City’s capital and recovery projects, public notices, and a revamped phone directory. Mayor Landrieu also unveiled new social media pages for the City, including Facebook and Twitter profiles.

“This site is a work in progress, but it is certainly a step in the right direction for our city,” said Chief Information Officer Allen L. Square, Jr. “Our team is dedicated to increasing the availability of information to improve decision making for city employees as well as for the citizens of New Orleans.”

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