Website Update

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The City of Penticton has been working on a new, smarter version of the website www.penticton.ca. Here are some of the key features of the new site. Please check out the new site and then complete our feedback form.

How has the site changed?

  • More intuitive user-centric focus based on public feedback
  • Added icons to high-traffic pages.
  • New design is more mobile-friendly.
  • Added more searchable maps throughout.
  • Added an emergency alerts system for subscribers (through new app), as well as the opportunity for users to sign up for news and community email updates.

Are there any new pages or sections?

  • Environment section
  • Public Safety section
  • Ogopogo Sightings
  • Emergency Updates
  • Accessible City
  • Get Involved
  • Sports section
  • Animals section
  • Unflushables page
  • Your Guide to Business
  • Short-Term Rentals
  • Long-Term Rentals
  • Business Guide
  • Business Emergency Preparedness

The City of Penticton has been working on a new, smarter version of the website www.penticton.ca. Here are some of the key features of the new site. Please check out the new site and then complete our feedback form.

How has the site changed?

  • More intuitive user-centric focus based on public feedback
  • Added icons to high-traffic pages.
  • New design is more mobile-friendly.
  • Added more searchable maps throughout.
  • Added an emergency alerts system for subscribers (through new app), as well as the opportunity for users to sign up for news and community email updates.

Are there any new pages or sections?

  • Environment section
  • Public Safety section
  • Ogopogo Sightings
  • Emergency Updates
  • Accessible City
  • Get Involved
  • Sports section
  • Animals section
  • Unflushables page
  • Your Guide to Business
  • Short-Term Rentals
  • Long-Term Rentals
  • Business Guide
  • Business Emergency Preparedness
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City of Penticton is working on a new, smarter version of the website www.penticton.ca. The current site has not kept up with advancements in technology and the information has become dated. With a new site, we have an opportunity to greatly improve access to data and online services for residents. These opportunities also surfaced through the work of the Smart Cities Challenge team earlier this year.

    One of the first steps in the project is to gather feedback from the community on the current website and what the needs are for information and functionality. Residents

    The City of Penticton is working on a new, smarter version of the website www.penticton.ca. The current site has not kept up with advancements in technology and the information has become dated. With a new site, we have an opportunity to greatly improve access to data and online services for residents. These opportunities also surfaced through the work of the Smart Cities Challenge team earlier this year.

    One of the first steps in the project is to gather feedback from the community on the current website and what the needs are for information and functionality. Residents are invited to complete a survey at shapeyourcitypenticton.ca to share their feedback. The survey will run from September 20 through to October 31. To encourage participation, the City is offering residents a chance to win their October utility bill. Residents who register on shapeyourcitypenticton.ca and complete the survey will be entered in a draw for one of two prizes of up to $100 towards the October 2018 utility bill on an active residential account.

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