GROVELAND – Superintendent Colin Stokes is pleased to announce the redesign of the Groveland Water and Sewer Department’s website.

The redesign of the website was made to offer residents a more interactive experience throughout the entire site, with a more streamlined design, which includes a new department logo.

The site now has water ban notifications displayed on the top of each page for residents to stay up-to-date on restrictions in town. Residents can also pay their water bills and view water quality reports directly on the site.

Residents can also subscribe via email to receive updates from Groveland Water and Sewer.

Additionally, in the rebranding effort for the town residents can now access each town site, including Police, Fire, Langley Adams Library, and the Groveland Town site, located the footer of the Water and Sewer site through interactive icons.

New features also include a background color of Groveland’s ‘Pentucket Green’ in connection with town sites.

“We are extremely pleased with the redesign and we encourage residents to visit the site,” said Superintendent Stokes. “The site is a great way for residents to stay up-to-date with news and water bans occurring in town.”

Take a look at the newly redesigned website here.

The redesign was done by John Guilfoil Public Relations.


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