As part of its continuing mission of positively Impacting Alabama and its communities through grant programs and other support, the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs unveiled a new agency website today.
The website, www.adeca.alabama.gov, represents a major redesign and improvement in functionality for visitors. While the detailed information on the agency’s many programs and service is included, the new site incorporates many new improvements designed to make it easier for visitors to access the information they need.
“A website is a front door to any organization for the public, and we are working hard to make ADECA’s front door as welcoming and easy-to-use as possible,” ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell said. “We want to make sure that our partners and all Alabamians are able to access news and information about ADECA and our programs as easily as possible. I am pleased that our new website will help us continue to fulfill this goal.”
The improvements include:
- A modern and responsive design that formats the site to deliver the best experience and layout for various devices
- A Funding Opportunities page to highlight grant programs that are currently accepting applications
- An A to Z listing of all ADECA programs to make it easier for first-time visitors to quickly find what they are looking for
ADECA will continue to enhance the new site with additional features and upgrades in the coming months.
The agency also unveiled an updated logo as part of the website launch.
About ADECA: ADECA is a state agency that partners with leaders at the local level to positively impact and enhance the quality of life in Alabama communities through dozens of federal and state grant programs, surplus property, and water resource management.
ADECA’s grant programs support and fund local initiatives that communities often would not be able to afford on their own and improve many facets of life through community and economic development. The agency’s programs help address critical infrastructure needs like water, sewer, and broadband; provide law enforcement equipment and support for victims of crime; build new trails and recreational features; and assist with energy efficiency that lowers energy costs.