City of Gardner Seeks Website Design Proposals

The City of Gardner is seeking proposals from a firm, individual designer or website developer to redevelop the City’s current website in order to enhance its overall online presence.

In 2010, the City introduced its current website of www.gardnerkansas.gov. Included in the 2014 Budget is funding to begin the process of updating this site. The immediate goals of this project are:

•To redesign the current website into a format that is both modern and visually appealing. •Improve website navigation and accessibility to City services, information and activities. •Position the website for further growth and development in the future.

Proposals must be received no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, January 3, 2014. Interested parties are encouraged to visit the www.gardnerkansas.gov/bids_rfps to review the formal Request for Proposal. Copies will also be available at City Hall. Please contact Katie Asbury in Administrative Services at (913) 856-0975 or kasbury@gardnerkansas.gov with any questions.

City Administrator, Cheryl Harrison-Lee, notes, “The website update is the beginning of a process to enhance the City’s online presence. I look forward to Gardner continuing to lead the trend in digital communication by offering our citizens and visitors improved navigation, mobile access and readily available, up-to-date information.”

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