Metro Nashville to launch redesigned website in early 2020, offers preview

Metro Nashville is launching a redesigned website in early 2020, and the city wants residents to preview the new look and offer feedback, according to a news release.

The redesign of Metro Nashville's website, www.nashville.gov, aims to provide a user-friendly experience across all devices, according to the city's Information Technology Services department. The new website offers updated search tools and supports more features.

"The web has changed significantly since we built the current version of nashville.gov, and when we started work on a new version of the site, we knew we wanted it to reflect modern technology, modern design, and most importantly, modern users," according to the release.

Additionally, the new website will make it easier for Metro Nashville employees to provide updated information, the release said. The website is accessible on desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets and other devices.

Over the next few months, ITS said it will collect feedback on the preview version before making final changes to the design.

Additional features are expected to be integrated in the new website over time, including hubNashville, the city's customer service platform.

Access a limited version of the new website at preview.nashville.gov.
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