County launches new website

YORK – York County launched its new website Friday afternoon, bringing new convenient offerings and information to property owners, residents, visitors and all interested in this great county.

The new website, designed by Eric Eckert of York, comes with a new look, updated photos, a news/press release section and easy navigation for users.

As has historically been, there are helpful links to many agencies and offices, making doing government business convenient, with online availability 24 hours a day, every day of the week. There is information about each county department – who they are, what they do, how they can help you, how they can be reached and how users can also utilize statewide offices for different purposes.

The new press release/news section allows users to have all the information they need about what is happening in York County, the issues before the commissioners, available jobs in county departments and much more. The county commissioners took serious consideration this year about the need for even more transparency and how to provide as much information to the public as possible – that can now be found. The news will be constantly updated as it happens and users can go to earlier posts to look up happenings from earlier this year to the present.

There is also emergency notification and public safety information.

Interested in aging services, the highway department, the justice system, public transportation and so much more? It’s there.

Users can see all the agendas, minutes and recordings of county commissioners’ meetings – it only takes a click.

There are quick links for voter registration, the DMV, passports, paying traffic tickets online, paying taxes online, property/tax research and a segment dedicated to the York County Development Corporation.

The county’s technology committee began discussing the need to update the website several months ago and the public can now see the product of that effort. The website will be continually updated and enhanced as time goes on, so it is truly an interactive, living site for the benefit of the county as a whole.

Check out the new website at

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