NWMaps.net, an online web application offered by the City of Woodinville, was recently awarded the Best in Class award from the Interactive Media Council, a nonprofit organization of leading web-related professionals, announced the City in a press release.
The award is given for excellence in planning, execution and overall professionalism in website design and development.
NWMaps.net is an interactive mapping tool that provides property and community information, such as the location of active building permits, commercial property for rent or lease, local landmarks, public facilities, schools, environmental areas, parks, trails, zoning, and King County tax assessor information.
NWMaps.net was developed by the eCityGov Alliance, which represents Woodinville and 11 other King County cities (Bellevue, Bothell, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Renton, Sammamish, Shoreline, Snoqualmie, and Tukwila).
The website combines the 12 participating cities data in a way that allows the user to quickly locate a variety of property related information through a single application.
The eCityGov Alliance was formed by nine Cities in 2001, with the purpose to form an inter-local agency that provides Web-based services to its constituents. Currently the following web portals are available to the public:
--Information from the City of Woodinville.