[WEB4LIB] Local Gov Web Sites

Andrew Mutch amutch at waterford.lib.mi.us
Tue May 2 11:21:00 EDT 2000


We currently have a few forms and permits on-line -- we are gradually adding more as I have time.  You can find them at:


We'll be adding the ability to query our tax databases very soon.  We also have an interactive GIS component at:


One of the leaders in interactive government web sites is the City of Indianapolis.  I think they used to have a goal of two new interactive features per week - you can see their handiwork at:


Municipal Web Services links to some innovate sites at:


To just general browse around the country, Piper Resources has a pretty comprehensive list of sites at the State, County and local level at:


Good luck!

Andrew Mutch
Library Systems Technician
Waterford Township Public Library
The Charter Township of Waterford, MI

Jim Barrentine wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am looking for some examples of local governments (city or county) using web technology to deliver information and services to their residents. While good integrated sites that deliver static information (names of elected officials, office hours, summer park programs, how to register to vote, etc.) are nice, I am really looking for places that allow interactive use such as getting your dog a license, paying traffic tickets, filing a petty theft report, signing your kid up for little league, etc.
> Anybody got any contenders?
> Thanks.
> Jim
> James K. Barrentine
> Information Partners, Inc.
> Technology Solutions for Libraries
> 2697 Euclid Hts. Blvd. Suite 3
> Cleveland, OH 44106-2828
> 216-371-2415 (voice)
> 216-932-4980 (fax)
> mailto:jkb at ix.netcom.com

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