The site looks similar to the old one, but it's more interactive, he said. "We didn't want a wholesale redesign because we liked the look of the old one," said Rovanpera. "But this one puts us in a whole new level of Web experience."Apparently, even in a tight budget year, the different departments found money to contribute to the upgrade, since each department will benefit, Rovanpera said.
I, of course, will be making much use of the new website, as I dig around for various bits of information on the city and its business, so I’ll be finding out for myself if its search features function better.
If you want to share your experiences with the new site, please do.