City News

Posted on: January 4, 2018

New website offers residents new ways to stay connected

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Loveland, Ohio - The City of Loveland is pleased to announce that it has launched a redesigned website in an effort to create a more user-friendly site for its residents, businesses and visitors. The new website streamlines access to the city’s most utilized web pages including job notification, public meetings, applications, on-line park reservation and so much more.

The website www.lovelandoh.gov was redesigned in collaboration with CivicPlus and features enhanced functionality, improved interaction with our residents and features which will allow for immediate notifications to our residents and businesses of important city news, events and emergency items.  Through the Request Tracker feature, the public can easily notify the city of road repairs, property maintenance issues along with a wide range of other city needs directly to our staff.  This feature is enhanced by the website’s mobile version. Other features include the Notify Me link, which allows citizens to stay informed on local news and updates by creating an account and signing-up to receive notifications when a new alert has been posted, a new employment position has been added, additions to the city calendar and much more.

"The city’s new website represents our commitment to serving our residents and businesses by supplying easy access to important city information, tax and utility payments and a platform for reporting city maintenance needs directly to our staff”, said Loveland Mayor Kathy Bailey. “I am excited about the community voice feature on our new site which allows citizens a platform to offer feedback on community topics and suggest new initiatives.”

The city will continue to update the website over the next several months as we receive input from the public.

Contact:

David Kennedy
City Manager

513.707.1454

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