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Wake County to launch upgraded website

Posted October 1, 2012

— Wake County will launch the upgraded version of its website Tuesday morning.

The launch marks the first upgrade to the WakeGOV website since 2009, a county spokesman said. The new design is based on feedback from Wake County residents.

"Our new site is a reflection of the latest technology advances combined with the feedback of our users," County Manager David Cooke said.

The site is also compatible with mobile devices.

The website upgraded will be presented at the Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday afternoon. The presentation can be viewed online at 2 p.m. at Wake County Board of Commissioner's website.


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  • carlostheass Oct 1, 2012

    In other news, custodial crews vacuum the courthouse. Film at eleven.

  • PanthersFan45 Oct 1, 2012

    I've used their website to pay my property tax. It always looked outdated but it saved me from writing out a check.

  • me2you Oct 1, 2012

    Upgrades are usually worse than what was there. MS Word for example.

  • dollibug Oct 1, 2012

    OMG....Wake County has upgraded their website.....are they also going to upgrade Wake County Judicial System????????? CHANGE is sometimes good.....and I think a change it needed.....I am sure this will be interesting.....to say the very least.

  • LocalYokel Oct 1, 2012

    I am still dealing with the aftermath of the dysfunctional upgrade of the city of Raleigh website. The people that managed that upgrade should be fired if they haven't been already.

    Please tell me the Wake Co. upgrade is not managed by the same people that did the Raleigh upgrade.

  • storchheim Oct 1, 2012

    Just curious...did they use all US citizens to do the work, or did they go like DHHS and hire unqualified Indians over unqualified Americans?