Councilmember Sally J. Clark
Seattle City Clerk’s Office unveils new homepage
SEATTLE – The Seattle City Clerk’s Office launched their new homepage today. This is the first step in improving overall site and database navigation and access to the City’s vast collection of legislative and archive records.
Visit the City Clerk’s Office online at http://www.seattle.gov/leg/clerk/.
“Seattle City Council is proud to enhance government access and transparency. This new web portal does just that,” stated Council President Sally J. Clark.
The City Clerk’s homepage features a slide show of civic and historical education campaigns and a live feed of the City Clerk’s blog entries, including access to summaries of legislation recently passed by the Council. This new design follows a similar layout of the City Council’s www.seattle.gov/council homepage, which brands the City of Seattle’s Legislative Department.
“We are pleased to share the updated homepage featuring user-friendly access standards and infrastructure improvements,” stated Seattle City Clerk Monica Martinez Simmons. “The Clerk’s Office is the front line for legislation, records and archives access. We look forward to better serving our residents and community stakeholders.”
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