360Civic has worked with a wide range of clients in the public sector for more than 10 years: school districts, municipalities, cities, counties, and more. The websites we create for our public sector clients are responsive, easy to manage, ADA compliant, and secure.

Learn about our past projects in our client case studies below:

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Huntsville City Schools

Huntsville City Schools, with its 37 schools and over 24,000 students, utilized 360Civic to replace each of their school’s websites.
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San Diego Unified School District

360Civic was contacted to upgrade and maintain the more than 170 websites connected within the San Diego Unified School District, by transitioning from a locked-in, expensive, proprietary web program to our expansive and customizable content management system.
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City of Fresno

Fresno Housing Authority was facing a serious recurring dilemma: When their housing applications would push live online, their website would crash from the overload of oncoming traffic.
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Orange Country Superior Court

If a judge’s or public official’s personal information is accessible online, their safety is at risk. Thankfully, there are laws in place to prevent judge’s personal information from getting into the wrong hands. This is why OC Superior Court hired 360Civic.
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Huntsville School District Case Study

Huntsville School District Update: ADA and 508 Webinar

The Huntsville School District sought our counsel regarding the Section 508 updates. Their websites run on a content management system (CMS) offering many options for conquering the issue.
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The City of Santa Ana

360Civic provided a new-look design and improved navigation to help Santa Ana's residents and other visitors quickly find the information they need.
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