Chittenden Needs Website Design & Development Team ($30,000 Budget)

Chittenden Needs Website Design & Development Team ($30,000 Budget)

Main Purpose: Design and develop a web-based regional plan for Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) using ArcGIS Hub platform.

CCRPC is currently in the process of updating its Environmental, Community, Opportunity and Sustainability (ECOS) Plan, which is the comprehensive regional plan for the county and will provide the content for this website.

Important Tasks for Website Agency:

  1. Analyze current ECOS Plan and website.
  2. Develop design options and site map.
  3. Create an accessible, user-friendly website.
  4. Incorporate interactive maps and infographics.
  5. Ensure compatibility with various devices and browsers.
  6. Provide training for CCRPC staff on maintenance.
  7. Deliver the completed ECOS Plan website.

See PDF for full details of this project:


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* Budget Disclaimer: Some clients do not provide a clear budget, so to save you time, these projects have been estimated to the best of our ability based on project scope & other factors. These estimates are likely within range 80% of the time. However, determining an accurate budget will require due diligence, analysis, scoping and estimating.

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