A new digital home for one of WA’s largest cities

City of Swan recently launched their new responsive, AA accessible website that features a fresh new look and a focus on delivering functionality for its community.


City of Swan website

Powered by OpenCities, City of Swan can now deliver council services online and make it simple to track building and planning applications online, empower community groups to view and apply for grants at their convenience and assisting residents to complete day-to-day tasks such as paying council rates by making them easily accessible with a single click.

Quick access to top tasks

The homepage reflects a snapshot of everyday life in Swan with the most common tasks placed front and centre inviting residents to register their animals, apply for a job or – when the occasion calls for it – hire a venue.

Intuitive discovery

“In My Area” delivers a functional, location-aware map of the region highlighting not only the stunning National Parks but nearby council facilities, recreation centres, community projects, local events and much more.

Furthermore the integration between council and the community is enhanced through a central hub that facilitates tracking community consultations, viewing discussion papers and contribute to the conversation by completing public opinion surveys.

Ask us how OpenCities can help your council reach your community and deliver services online by emailing community@seamlesscms.com.

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