League City’s website offers residents dozens of ways to link to information they want and need. From paying utility bills and signing up for sports teams online to getting instant alerts during emergencies, www.leaguecity.com puts City services at residents’ fingertips.
- Blackboard Connect - get linked in through text messages, emails and phone calls, as well customizable messaging for every member of the family - leaguecity.com and click on blackboard connect on the home page.
- Helen Hall Library - online options for book-lovers including the ability to download ebooks to your reading devices - leaguecitylibrary.org
- The League City Police Department provides information on crimereports.com, a way to track up-to-date crime data in local neighborhoods and on their website lcpd.com for the latest.
- The League City Emergency Management Department shares information on staying informed before, during and after a disaster on leaguecity.com/oem and on our preparedness site readylc.com.
- The Utility Billing Department gives residents the opportunity to go green through paperless eco-billing and online bill payment options at leaguecity.com/ecobilling.
- The parks department now offers online sign up and registration for all of their activities at leaguecity.com/parkssignup
- The Public Information Office will give residents a rundown of all other communication tools the City has to offer:
- Facebook - leaguecity.com/facebook
- Twitter - leaguecity.com/twitter
- YouTube - leaguecity.com/youtube
“The City’s web and communications tools are much more than just convenient ways to find phone numbers and event announcements. When an emergency situation occurs these online tools can be a lifeline. Even on days when there aren’t any emergencies, there are dozens of options available to simplify daily tasks,” said Kristi Wyatt, director of communications and media relations.
CivicPlus specializes in using advanced technology to develop websites that increase citizen engagement, government transparency and operational efficiencies. The company has designed nearly 950 local government websites serving 32.6 million citizens throughout North America.
“The more a local government can offer residents electronically, the easier they make it for people to access services and get the help or information they need,” said CivicPlus CEO Ward Morgan. “League City is setting a high standard that will impact what residents across the country will expect from city government in the future.”