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City of Vancouver asks for community input on web redesign

By , Columbian staff writer

The city of Vancouver’s decade-old website is in need of a face lift, and officials are asking the public to help.

Those who are interested in providing their feedback for the city’s future website design can take a short, anonymous user survey, found as a popup on The new design is expected to go live in 2023.

Seeing as the website receives about 5,000 visits a day and more than 600,000 views per month, it’s essential to maintain the public resource and make it easy to access and understand, according to a city statement.

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