DeKalb Mayors

From left: Dunwoody Mayor Denis Shortal, Chamblee Mayor Eric Clarkson, Doraville Mayor Donna Pittman and Brookhaven Mayor John Ernst

The city of Chamblee launched a newly redesigned website in an effort to enhance the user experience for its residents, businesses and visitors, while also giving constituents the tools they’ve asked for more easily and quickly, like paying parking violations and looking for jobs. The site, www.chambleega.com, includes a new layout and design as well as several features aimed at making it easier for users to access government services and information.

A new feature of the enhanced website is an interactive maps that features capital projects. This allows residents to see paving, sidewalk and streetscape projects on a map, along with their respective project information.

Not new to this design but also included with this version of the website is Notify Me, which allows residents to subscribe to emails for urgent alerts, news and announcements or when meeting agendas or minutes are posted. We urge everyone to sign up for the topics that interest them.

Updates to the website will continue as the city looks to incorporate more solutions to serve its residents and businesses. Users can send comments about the redesigned website by emailing info@chambleega.gov and put ‘Comments about the website / report a broken link’ in the subject.

The website was redesigned by CivicPlus, and features enhanced functionality as well as a cleaner, easier layout to navigate. Another important change with the new site is its responsive design, which means the site will automatically reshape itself to maximize its presentation for any screen, including tablets and smart phones.

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