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Grass Valley’s Web site open for business

Residents who want to know when the Grass Valley City Council meets, find out the latest city departmental news, or discover fun events happening in the city can log onto the city’s new Web page today.

The new site, at http://www.cityofgrassvalley.com, will be a major improvement from the old site, which was 5 years old, said site designer Gary Gustafson.

“It has a whole new look and feel and will be more user friendly,” he said.



The site was designed by New Press Websites, a Web design company headquartered in Nevada City. The company has designed several other Web pages for groups and governments, including the Archery Focus Magazine Web page, the Nevada County’s Food and Toy Run Web page, and a site for the Nevada County Superior Court.

Gustafson said that New Press Websites has been working with the city for the past year and a half on the project. The Web site then took about six months to actually build, he explained.




Gustafson presented the new site to the City Council along with designers Ryan Cassano and David Kenitzer on Tuesday night. He explained that the function of the site is geared toward giving residents easier access to important city information such as meeting agendas, local weather conditions, a calendar of city events, and even an online newsletter.

Residents can also take a look at local maps and find contact information for city staff members.


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