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City looks to revamp website

ENCINITAS — Encinitas is looking to revamp its website for the first time in five years and is asking residents’ opinion about the direction it should head.

The last complete redesign of Encinitas’ municipal web page occurred in 2011, when the city unveiled a new URL, replacing with and made the site more user friendly and made information more accessible.

Since then, the city has continued to add features to the website, including online access to the city’s budget information through the “Open Finance” platform, an online tree tracker that allows users to search information the city maintained trees, and an application that allows users to search up maintenance records of all public streets.

The 10-question survey can be found at

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