EL PASO COUNTY – El Paso County is in the process of updating its website, including the frequently visited county assessor’s page.
The county said that particular page drew 38 million hits in 2017.
The county debuted the new website at the board of county commissioners meeting Tuesday. The county tells News 5 it’s the first major update to the assessor’s site in 18 years.
Users may experience outages on the county’s website Tuesday night as the updates take place.
The El Paso County website will be offline tonight from 5 – 7 p.m. for important equipment upgrades.
Popular web pages, including the Clerk and Recorder’s Office, the Assessor’s Office and parcel search will be unavailable at this time.
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— El Paso County PIO (@epcpio) August 21, 2018
County officials say the main goal of the change is to increase access to information in one place.
”Now the citizens can actually sit there and see information within their neighborhood that my appraisers are using to value their property,” said Assessor Steve Schleiker.
CLICK HERE for a look at the new site.