Website With Application – Village of Phoenix
The Village of Phoenix was established in 1900. It prides itself in the strong long-lasting friendships its resident’s experience. The Village of Phoenix is a friendly community tucked away in the South suburbs of Chicago. The village is a great place to live. Everybody knows their neighbors and friendships made there last a lifetime.
The village’s website needed a fresh look. The site gave the village an internet presence, but it had not been updated in several years. The village also wanted to offer more information about the town along with recent news.
The website gives the village a fresh presence on the web. Visitors can get the latest news and access a variety of village information. The content management system allows the site to be easily updated.
The newly re-designed website gives the village a new look and a cutting-edge presence on the web. Visitors are provided with information on all aspects of the town.
Administrators of the website are able to easily maintain the content. The website was built on a content management system platform. This enables the village to keep the website content up to date without requiring outside professional assistance. This added feature keeps maintenance costs down while giving the village the ability to provide its residents with updated information.
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