Digital Towpath Supports Efficiency and Transparency through Shared Technology Resources
The Digital Towpath community cloud and e-government content management system provide local governments with easy-to-use, cost efficient tools, which they use to build full featured web sites, increase communication with citizens, manage electronic records, and improve efficiency.
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New Code Enforcement Actions Tracking Program Available to Digital Towpath Cooperative Member Governments
Digital Towpath has developed a web-based system for the tracking and reporting of building code enforcement actions.
More than 150 years ago, the Erie Canal helped transform a forgotten ‘wilderness’ into an industrial powerhouse—turning New York State into the Empire State. Where the Erie Canal —often referred to as the Towpath—was the primary artery for economic development and commerce within the State, today a new era is dawning and the internet is the vehicle driving commerce and information flow.
Digital Towpath is an e-government solution for local governments that understand the utility of the internet and recognize its growing importance as a community resource. Through Digital Towpath's easy to implement and maintain e-government system, local government can provide and receive information and interact with the community in ways that just a few years ago did not seem possible. As a resource for people outside the community to learn more about your city, town, or village, Digital Towpath provides the flexibility that is needed to develop your community’s online signature.
Just as the Erie Canal did years earlier, the Digital Towpath gives communities greater access to local government information and services. It’s a new infrastructure ‘towpath’ for community growth and prosperity, and a tool for economic and cultural expansion – a virtual statement that New York is connected and a good place to live, work and play.
Digital Towpath Featured in Government Technology Magazine
Digital Towpath contributes to Sunshine Week article in Rochester newspaper