TNRD unveils redesigned website

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District is pleased to unveil its revamped website (tnrd.ca)

Thompson-Nicola Regional District

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District is pleased to unveil its revamped website (tnrd.ca). The newly redesigned site launched recently and was a collaborative effort between TNRD staff and the development team at iCompass.

“We felt it was time to give the website a fresh look as well as to make it easier for the general public to find what they’re looking for. This will be helped by a more robust internal search engine,” said Sukh Gill, chief administrative officer for the TNRD. The new look of the website includes a less-cluttered, brighter homepage with most content visible in one screen, saving the need of scrolling down to find what you want. New features on the redesigned site include “Quick Links,” which are prominently displayed on the new home page. This will allow users to directly access the TNRD’s many services and departments with a single click. There is also a new and easier way to get in touch with the TNRD with the dropdown menu “Submission Inquires” located on the homepage.

Whether you have a problem with mosquitoes, want to report illegal dumping, or if you want to make a request for public records, just hover over the link, pick the form you want to fill out, and your request will go to the appropriate department for prompt action. The TNRD welcomes feedback from the general public about the redesigned website, and any inquiries can be directed to communications@tnrd.ca.

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