Kenmore City Hall. Courtesy photo

Kenmore City Hall. Courtesy photo

Kenmore seeking feedback to improve website

Residents are being asked to complete a survey about the current website by Aug. 5.

  • Tuesday, July 30, 2019 1:30pm
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The city of Kenmore is starting a project to improve its website, www.kenmorewa.gov, and is asking for the community’s help.

Residents are asked to take a few minutes and complete a brief survey to let the city know what they like and more importantly, what they don’t like about the current website by Aug. 5.

According to a city press release, the city needs “the good, the bad, and the ugly.”

“We want as much input as possible in this early phase,” the release states.

The goal with this project is for anyone visiting the website to be able to easily find information.

“We also want our site to better reflect what Kenmore is today — an amazing place to be, in the perfect location, with thriving businesses, stunning scenery, colorful wildlife, and even more beautiful people,” the release states.

For questions or to give some feedback by phone contact Becky Range at brange@kenmorewa.gov or 425-398-8900.

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