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Posted on: October 5, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Welcome to Our New Website

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The Village of Scarsdale is proud to launch its new website. The new site includes features that improve the flow of information and how Scarsdalians engage with their local government. Please complete a brief survey to share your comments about our new website by clicking here. This "Village Highlight" serves as a resource to familiarize the public with some of the site's new features, including: My Dashboard, Notify Me, and Citizen Request Tracker. Scroll down for technical guidance regarding the new features, but please first take a moment to watch our introductory video immediately below.

Check out the video introducing our new website!

Creating an Account & My Dashboard

The" My Dashboard" module allows you, the user, to personalize the Scarsdale website to stay current on official news, events, and other information of interest to you. It features drag and drop functionality, as well as the use of customizable widgets. One can learn more about using My Dashboard by viewing following tutorial video. To take full advantage of all the new tools, create a user account by clicking here. Following account creation, one can access My Dashboard by clicking here and logging in.

About Notify Me

Users can subscribe to receive email and/or text message updates from any list they so choose. The Notify Me® module also allows users to subscribe to email and/or text message notifications from the Events Calendar, News Flash, Bid Postings and Alert Center. Notify Me® will also allow users to sign up to receive newsletters. You can learn more about using Notify Me® by viewing the following tutorial video

About Citizen Request Tracker (CRT)

CRT will allow users to submit a service request or report a problem in the community. Requests can be submitted via computer, tablet, or cell phone. CRT will also allow users to easily track all of their pending and closed service requests via their account. Example service request topics include "Street Light Outage" or "Park Maintenance Issues." Once a request is submitted, it is automatically routed to the appropriate Village staff. Staff responses will be sent to you using the email address you provide, and a history of staff actions is available to you by logging in to your user account and opening your service request history. You can learn more about using Citizen Request Tracker by viewing the following tutorial video .

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