The Borough of Bellmawr announced that it has proudly launched their new official municipal website, which arrives loaded with new content, exciting features, offering residents a new heightened level of interactivity.
The old Borough website, while current and robust, lacked the web technology available today to provide constituents with the information and resources to conduct business with the municipality.
Thanks to a company similar to Caseo, the new site comes complete with a portal for requesting service from the appropriate Borough Officials, an interactive community calendar, an improved public documents and forms database, a new “Community Alert” messaging system, and much more.
When reached for comment, Mayor Frank R. Filipek stated: “I have always said that Bellmawr has the best municipal workers in the State. Now, we have a top of the line website that offers our residents and businesses the same high level of service they have come to expect from our employees.”
The new site also features a new “I am a …” widget that allows users to select if they are a ‘Resident’, ‘Visitor’ or ‘Business’.
Upon selection, the site will provide the most utilized options for each disposition.
Additionally, many of the fantastic features from the old site have transferred over such as “News”, online bill-pay for Taxes, Water and Sewer payments, as well as motor vehicle tickets, and the Municipal Code database.
Joshua T. Tregear, Administrator, commented further: “The goal for the new website was two-fold: employ the use of the exciting web technology offerings that have evolved over the years since our last website update, and strive to provide the most informative and useful website we could offer for doing business with and in the Borough of Bellmawr. I believe we achieved that with this launch, and the platform being utilized is flexible enough to add more resources and tools in the future.”
About the Borough of Bellmawr
Bellmawr is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, with a population of 11,600, and is 3.110 square miles in area, and the 12th largest municipality out of 37 within the County.
Bellmawr was incorporated as a borough on March 23, 1926, from portions of the now-defunct Centre Township, based on the results of a referendum held on April 21, 1926. The boroughs of Mount Ephraim, Runnemede, and Lawnside were also created in the same two-day period.
The borough was named for Ernest C. Bell, who own and operated Bell Farm. Bellmawr’s motto is ‘Progress Never Stops’.