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City of Falls Church Launches New Website

New site designed with user-friendly features for increased community engagement.

A screen shot of the City's new Web site.
A screen shot of the City's new Web site.

The City of Falls Church has launched a redesigned website that will increase community engagement and enhance the communication between residents, businesses and the local government, according to a news release. 

As of Friday, the site had 76 users registered on the site.

While the address remains www.fallschurchva.gov, the website is new and improved. The community is invited to explore the many new features, including:

  • Mobile Version: Access the city’s website easily from your smartphone.
  • How Do I...: A new menu on the homepage gives users quick and easy access to the most requested information.
  • Notify Me: Create an account with an email or cell phone and choose customized updates on calendars (see when a new meeting is posted, canceled, or changed), boards and commission agendas, city employment opportunities, and more.
  • Report a Concern: Through the city’s new RequestTracker, submit requests for potholes, missed trash collection, graffiti, and more. Requests may be submitted anonymously.
Additional features will continue to grow, including photo galleries, a blog showcasing new programs and success stories, fillable online forms, and so much more.
 
Questions and comments can be directed to the Office of Communications, pio@fallschurchva.gov or (703) 248-5210.

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