The city of Temple’s website now has a fresher, more modern look.
The city recently launched a newly redesigned templetx.gov that officials said is focused on improving residents’ access to information, public services and boosting community engagement, according to a news release.
The redesign, development and training fee was $18,450, according to the city. After that, the municipal government will pay an annual hosting and support fee of $8,925.
“We are focused on improving the quality of life for our residents, and that includes improving our residents’ digital experience with us,” Marketing and Communications Director Heather Bates said. “Our new site is beautiful and is easy to work with. It’s informative, interactive and user-friendly — all the things we want to provide for our residents.”
Temple’s previous site was hosted with Civic Plus. The new site is with Revize, which also hosts the sites for the city of Belton and