Nestled in the southeast area of Mississippi, it’s always a pleasure to visit Greene County and enjoy the resources, history and beauty it offers. And now, with the launch of the County’s new website, there’s a whole new way to experience it. Located at www.greenecountyms.gov, the site features the latest trends in online resources, layout, navigation, search, and visibility from computers and mobile devices.
When the Board of Supervisors began discussing a new website for Prentiss County, the goal was to create a valuable, functional tool – not just an online brochure. With that objective in mind, the County has launched a mobile-responsive website that makes it easier for citizens, businesses, and visitors to access information from their computer, tablet, and mobile phone. The newly designed website, www.prentisscounty.org, includes a distinctive look and feel as well as up-to-date functionality.
Today U.S.NEXT announced they have launched 36 new client websites during the first three quarters of 2016. The clients include a variety of businesses, county and city governments, not-for-profit organizations, and professional firms:
Madison the City has taken another big step bringing City Hall to its citizens. The recent launch of Madison’s new official website, www.madisonthecity.com, has created a 24-hour online City Hall, demonstrating the City’s commitment to quality government services and transparency. The new website offers a clean, smart design, allowing users to easily navigate through useful and current information and news, including an online inventory of key City services.
In an effort to help current and prospective students create successful futures, East Central Community College in Decatur, Mississippi recently announced the launch of its new website, www.eccc.edu. The new site provides a refreshed design with resourceful information and photographs, improved navigation, integrated news and calendaring, mobile and tablet friendly functionality, well organized links, and a robust content management system.
Jefferson Davis County now has an official website. The site went live Tuesday morning and will provide many services to the county. The site contains information and contact numbers for all elected officials, fire departments, county offices, etc.
A U.S.NEXT representative presented the website to the Board of Supervisors for approval at their bi-monthly meeting Monday.
The site includes a page for new residents, links to utilities, links for local attractions, photos of landmarks, a “How do I” page, and a business start-up and assistance page, among others.
Ahhh…there’s nothing like a glass of clear, cool water to quench your thirst. Like so many other things in life, having safe water to drink is something we should always value and appreciate. Since its beginning in 1971, Bear Creek Water Association, Inc. has committed to providing safe water and serving their customers with courteous, quality, and timely service. With the recent launch of their new website, www.bcwwaterms.org. Bear Creek Water is once again providing excellence and quality service to their customers.
Madison County residents will be able to watch meetings, review minutes, and fill out public records request forms, all without leaving their desks. The Board of Supervisors recently approved the "Madison County Government Transparency Initiative."
The entity most dedicated to protecting the Magnolia State’s valuable forest resources is the Mississippi Forestry Commission (MFC). For over 85 years the MFC has been responsible for providing leadership, service and education in the protection and conservation of the State’s beautiful forests. As part of their commitment to ensure Mississippi’s forest resources remain available for current and future generations, the MFC proudly announces the launch of their new website, www.mfc.ms.gov.
A website aimed at promoting Philadelphia’s assets to potential new business and industry was approved by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last week. While the city currently does not have its own website, aldermen have discussed one on numerous occasions and most recently, met with an official from U.S.NEXT of Jackson, a company which designs sites for cities and counties, among others.