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Lexington launches pilot redesign of web site; wants user feedback

The city of Lexington has launched a new test web site at next.lexingtonky.gov. It wants citizens to give feedback on the design. The new web site will launch sometime in late 2016.
The city of Lexington has launched a new test web site at next.lexingtonky.gov. It wants citizens to give feedback on the design. The new web site will launch sometime in late 2016.

The city of Lexington is redesigning its web site and wants feedback on its new design.

The pilot site next.lexingtonky.gov is designed to be more user and mobile-friendly. Every page of the pilot site also features a user feedback button so citizens can tell the city what works and what doesn’t.

“In many ways, lexingtonky.gov is the face of city government,” said Aldona Valicenti, Lexington’s Chief Information Officer. “Every day, citizens use the web site to access everything from signing their children up for summer camp to locating Lexington’s snow removal plan. We want to make it simpler, clearer and faster for everyone to use."

The pilot site is a work-in-progress and not a full website. New content and features will be continually added throughout the upcoming months with an expected full launch date later in 2016, the city said. In the meantime, the current website lexingtonky.gov will operate as usual.

Stay up-to-date with new site features by signing up at next.lexingtonky.gov/about-the-site.

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