Weblinx, Incorporated

Government and Municipal Web Design

Weblinx, Inc. specializes in web designs and digital marketing strategies for government and municipal entities. With deep experience in your field, we provide the brand image that communicates your service with focus, clarity and creativity.

Partnering with Weblinx, civic and public organizations such as yours can stand apart from the rote presentations that people often expect. Together, we will show your constituents that you are as creative and concise as you are committed to your service. Connect with us at 630-551-0334 to get started on your next municipal website.

Government and Municipal Website Examples

  • Municpal Web Design

    Fort Monmouth, New Jersey

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    The Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) was created to guide the investment, growth and integration of Fort Monmouth and the surrounding communities.

    Features: Web Design, Responsive Design, WordPress CMS, HTML5

  • County Web Design

    Daviess County, Kentucky

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    Daviess County Fiscal Court provides an array of services to its residents, visitors and businesses.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, WordPress CMS

  • Municipal Web Design

    Shorewood, Illinois

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    Shorewood is located at the intersection of I-80 and I-55 and although in a rural setting has easy access to the Chicago loop which is only forty minutes north on I-55.

    Features: Web Design, Responsive Design, Calendar, Meeting Minutes and Agendas Manager

  • Municipal Web Design


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    The Illinois City / County Management Association (ILCMA) was founded in 1953 for the purpose of supporting and improving municipal and county management and strengthening local government in Illinois.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, WordPress Content Management

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    Village of North Aurora

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    The Village of North Aurora is responsible for the provision of police, public works, water, and community development services to residents.

    Features: Web Design

  • Fire District Web Design

    Oswego Fire Protection District

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    The Oswego Fire Protection District is located approximately 40 miles southwest of Chicago.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, WordPress

  • Government Web Design

    Bartlett Park District

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    Bartlett Park District is in the forefront of the Distinguished Accredited Agencies in Illinois.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, WordPress

  • Government Web Design

    Village of Diamond

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    The mission of the Village of Diamond is to identify and deliver services to the residents and businesses that provide a superior quality of life based on community values and character while maintaining a fiscally responsible foundation.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, WordPress CMS

The Best Municipal Websites

Local governments might not have customers, but they do have residents and constituents. Not surprisingly, those people would often prefer to go to the web to find the information they need about services, events, and more.

For that reason, a municipal website can be just as much of a focal point as City Hall or the local post office. If you're planning a new website for your city, town, or community, here are four elements you should definitely incorporate:

#1: Emergency Contact Numbers

It only makes sense that the municipal website should be a hub of emergency information. Along with key contact numbers for police, fire departments, and hospitals, weather alerts and snow cancellations are also valuable to residents and visitors to the area.

#2: A Calendar of Events

Don't let community events become a secret. From elections to festivals and recognized holidays, you can pack your municipal website calendar of events with anything that might be of interest to the community.

#3: Maps and Photos

Your municipal website isn't just for people who live in your town - it can be a valuable resource for visitors, tourists, and even investors. For that reason, posting maps, local landmarks, and community profiles is a great idea.

#4: Links to Local Resources

Including links to local hotels, restaurants, realtors, and other resources is a win-win situation. Those links can be incredibly valuable to people who aren't familiar with your town or like having lots of options in one place. And at the same time, it's a great way to promote the various businesses that make and support your community.

When it's time to build your new municipal website, let the creative team at Weblinx help. You can reach us directly at 630-551-0334 x1 to schedule a free consultation.

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