Yalobusha County Pushes Forward with New Website

Yalobusha County, once home to the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian tribes and later becoming a thriving railroad community, continues to play a prominent role in the economic progress of Mississippi.  The recent launch of their new website www.yalobushaonline.org exemplifies the eagerness of Yalobusha County residents to grow and advance in a rapidly changing world. The website features the latest digital trends in online customer service, design, navigation, search and accessibility from virtually any device.

“With so many activities going on and so much information needing to be relayed to residents, Yalobusha County requested a website that made communicating with residents an easy and timely process,” stated David Crawford, CEO of web development firm, U.S.NEXT. “We designed a site which allows users to conveniently browse information, locate services, and conduct business from their smartphone, tablet, or personal computer.” 

The vibrant colors of the rotating pictures on the homepage reflect the passion and energy of Yalobusha County residents.  It is also here on the homepage that users can find quick access to pages for elected officials, services, general information, and forms and applications. Also included are links for visitors, residents, and businesses so that finding information, such as services provided by the chamber of commerce, library, and school district, etc., is as quick as clicking a button. 

While Yalobusha County residents are proud of their historic past, their desire for progress keeps them moving forward.  The launch of their new website now makes it easier for Yalobusha County residents not only to move forward but also to move forward together.