Seattle.gov named best municipal website in the U.S.on September 2, 2011 @ 5:54 am (Updated: 6:59 am - 9/2/11 )
Geekwire's Todd Bishop says the honor is well-deserved.
"It's certainly more functional than the websites of many cities, and it's a recognition that Seattle is at the forefront of its peers."
In October, Seattle.gov launched an updated version of the site.
Some of the standout features on the site are interactive neighborhood maps, audio and video archives of Seattle Channel information and entertainment content, as well as blogs from city officials including the mayor and city council members.
This is the third time Seattle has won the award.
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