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Posted on: May 7, 2018

City of Branson Rolls Out New Website

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The City of Branson is excited to unveil a new look for the City’s website. The City has been working with its website vendor for months to create an all new design that is more modern, user friendly and optimized for mobile devices.

The website has many features residents and visitors can utilize to optimize their experience with the City. Some of those features include a secure and convenient way to pay utility bills and tickets , agendas and minutes for meetings including Board of Aldermen meetings and study sessions and an alert center to sign up for job postings as they become available, emergency alerts and news alerts.

Branson residents and visitors can also check the level of Lake Taneycomo, report code violations, find applications for business licenses and garage sales, grab a permit, find the exact locations of the City’s electric vehicle charging stations and find interactive maps to tell you where the closest trails and other services are.

The City encourages residents and visitors to utilize the new website as the City continues to focus on optimizing customer service and how to best serve the people who live, work and play in Branson.

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