Redesigned website enhances communication with residents, property managers and businesses
The Lake Worth Drainage District recently launched its new website at www.lwdd.net. The redesigned website enhances customer service through improved navigation features for residents, property managers and businesses. Additionally, the site is designed with the latest technology allowing for immediate updates and access to timely information regarding the agency’s responsibilities and work initiatives.
“The new website is a compelling and useful resource for our taxpayers,” said District Executive Director Robert Brown. “The District is committed to continually seeking opportunities to update and enhance this important communication tool to engage the public and ensure access to the latest information.”
The site provides easier navigation options and allows visitors to search topics and browse by subject or audience type. Residents and property managers within the District’s boundaries will find helpful information on their role in managing our water resources including preparing for a storm, conserving water and operating community flood control structures. The District’s business partners will be able to easily locate information needed to apply for permits, submit bid proposals and contact staff members.
Visitors can also view a calendar of District events and sign up to receive email notifications regarding District news, meeting notices, job opportunities or business solicitations. For more information, visit our new site at www.lwdd.net.
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The Lake Worth Drainage District is an independent special taxing district that manages water resources and provides flood control for an estimated 700,000 residents and several thousand acres of agricultural land in southeastern Palm Beach County.