New York City unveils redesign of official website NYC.gov

The site is now fully accessible on smartphones and tablets.

The site is now fully accessible on smartphones and tablets. (9/30/13)

NEW YORK - New York City has unveiled a redesign of its official website.

NYC.gov is now fully accessible on smartphones and tablets.

From the homepage, users can get important alerts, file a 311 complaint, opt for customized information about their neighborhoods, and see a listing of events and programs.

The website was established in 2000 and hasn’t undergone a makeover since 2003.  

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