The City of Centennial’s official website has been selected as a top government website in Colorado by Juggle.com, an encyclopedia and reference resource that assesses the best websites across different categories.
The award program honors websites that exceed industry standards in functionality, usability and creativity. The Centennial website — centennialcolorado.com — was launched in 2007.
“We’re really excited,” city spokeswoman Allison Wittern said. “At the city, we strive to provide up-to-date information. It’s an ever-evolving site. There’s always room for improvement, but it was nice to be recognized for what we’ve done so far.”
Wittern thinks the website’s ability to provide specialized city information to residents has been one of its most popular features.
“If someone’s interested in receiving information about road projects, they can register to receive just that information,” she said. “And since we’ve been streaming the city council meetings, people have been listening, so that’s been exciting.”
Juggle.com’s Awards are based on the following criteria — rich and colorful images and photos, up-to-date information, multimedia features, personalized visitor experiences, easy navigation, accessible mobile phone applications, resources that encourage transparency, fast and easy manipulation of data, online transaction services and resources for visitors.