Want to adopt a pet, pay a water bill, license a vacation rental or see what the Board of Supervisors is up to?
San Luis Obispo County launched its newly redesigned website Wednesday morning with the intent to help users more easily find information. The homepage includes a video tutorial on how to navigate the site, which can be found at slocounty.ca.gov.
If you liked the old design, fear not. An archived version is available by clicking “access the archived version of our website” at the top of the home page.
The new site has more ways to find information, including a search tool that suggests services, and can be used on mobile devices.
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Last year, 714,000 people visited the county’s 10-year-old site, which county spokesperson Whitney Szentesi said had become outdated and difficult for staff and the public to use.
The project cost was below the $200,000 budget approved by the board last May, Szentesi said.