Back before the Station North Arts & Entertainment District in Baltimore had a budget or staff, it fell to the Executive Board (and yours truly) to create the community organization’s first website. Although published in 2003, the site had multimedia menus, interactive maps of street art, and photo galleries.
Launched in 2001, BaltimoreCity.gov was the city’s first unified web portal to aggregate all municipal information online. It included cross-departmental directories of city services, neighborhood information, and department officials. The goal in 2001 was easy access to information and unprecedented government transparency. The following year, BaltimoreCity.gov was ranked tops among “Best Local Government Sites” by […]
Baltimore ranks first again, as confirmed by Governing Magazine’s May 2002 issue. Governing Magazine, May 2002
According to Yahoo! Internet Life’s “Best and Worst” issue, released in May, 2002.
The Baltimore Sun April 05, 2000 LET’S HEAR IT for Frank Perrelli. With just $150 for an extra piece of software, the planning department graphic designer has created a breakthrough Web site for Baltimore city government. Unlike the City Council’s much-ballyhooed $150,000 Web site (which is still a bust), the Perrelli version — baltimorecity.gov — actually […]