Adams County government is pleased to announce the launch of a new website built with an emphasis on responsive design, improved search functionality, an updated look, and easy-to-use navigation tools. The county’s Information Technology and Public Information departments worked with a team from Denver-based Neon Rain Interactive on the new site which will retain the adcogov.org domain.
“The county’s website has become an incredibly valuable resource for our residents and business owners,” said Commissioner Steve O’Dorisio. “This new site will provide every user – on every device –with the opportunity to access the full menu of county services and even save a trip when possible by conducting business with the county online.”
New features include an interactive map of all county facilities, a list of popular services available through the “How Do I…” dropdown menu, links to school districts, cities and towns in the county and one-click access to contacting commissioners. The site also features, “Save a Trip” menu for residents to find online services that will allow them to renew vehicle registration and pay taxes or fees without leaving the house.
The revolving gallery of cover photos for the website features submissions from Adams County residents paired with professional photos that display urban and rural settings in the county. The site was built using the Drupal platform and will be hosted and managed internally to avoid revolving expenses.