The City of Coronado is preparing to launch a new municipal website next month that is attractive, user-friendly and much improved. Work on the new website is wrapping up with some finishing touches after going through a redesign process by CivicPlus, a leading government website provider.
Users will see a familiar but improved website, particularly a cleaner look and easier navigation.
The Coronado City Council approved moving forward with the project in 2021 as the existing website is outdated. During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, reliable access to the City’s website was paramount but there was a days-long outage that showed the weaknesses in the site. A new website will improve information availability, maintain transparency, increase responsiveness, provide current information, and implement user-friendly navigation.
The launch date for the new website is May 9. The Library and Coronado Cultural Arts will have stand-alone but linked websites. The Library will launch with the City’s website and look for Cultural Arts in mid-June. We are excited the project is nearing completion.
Stay tuned for more details on the launch and what to expect.
The city last updated it’s website almost six years ago: