Groveland Water and Sewer Department Launches Website Redesign
GROVELAND – Superintendent Colin Stokes is pleased to announce the redesign of the Groveland Department of Water and Sewer website.
The redesign of website was designed to provide residents with a more interactive experience across the site, with a cleaner design, which includes a new service logo.
The site now has water ban notifications displayed at the top of every page to keep residents aware of restrictions in town. Residents can also pay their water bills and view water quality reports directly on site.
Residents can also subscribe via email to receive updates from Groveland Water and Sewer.
Additionally, as part of the city’s rebranding effort, residents can now access every site in the city, including police, fire, Langley Adams Library and the Groveland Town site, located at the bottom of the Water and Sewer site via interactive icons.
New features also include a background color of Groveland’s “Pentucket Green” in relation to city landmarks.
“We are extremely pleased with the redesign and encourage residents to visit the site,” Superintendent Stokes said. “The site is a great way for residents to keep up to date with news and current water bans in the city.”
Discover the new redesigned website here.
The redesign was carried out by John Guilfoil Public Relations.