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Content Page For Website

Overview

You are able to setup a content page for your website by using text and an iframe. If you are using our CivicEngage solution you will add your Editor Widget for your text and the Custom HTML widget for your iframe.

 

Simple Example Page Content

The below example is a simple page that contains and editor widget and CustomHTML widget.

Editor Widget Content

Sign Up for Emergency and Routine Notifications

We want to make sure our citizens are safe and informed. The CivicReady mass notification solution is a communication service available to our citizens to receive emergency and routine notifications. You have the ability to customize your notification preferences by signing up below. Communication can be received through email, text and/or phone call according to your selections and based on address locations that you specify. The information you provide is confidential and will not be shared.

We will contact you through CivicReady in the event of an emergency or other routine events based on your subscription preferences.

Examples of Emergency Notifications:

Missing persons

Evacuations

Local threats

Severe weather alerts

Other incidents that require rapid communication

Examples of Routine Notifications:

Road closures

Community events

Trash pickups

Other routine events

CustomHTML Content

The below example use this URL as an example: https://civicplus.regroup.com/networks/civicplus/full_embed. You will use the same link but switching out the "civicplus" with your ID name.

<iframe src="https://civicplus.regroup.com/networks/civicplus/full_embed" width="100%" height="800px" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Visual Example

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Detailed Example Page

The below is an example of a page that contains and editor widget, image widget, tabbed widget (populated with editor widgets), and a CustomHTML widget.

First Editor Widget Content

Dear Community Residents,

The information on this site is important for your safety in times of emergency. Please share it with you family, friends and colleagues and take the time to sign up for important alerts. This will serve you well in times of emergency and also help us as your public safety first responders, to help you. Take care, stay safe and let's take care of each other.

Sincerely,
First and Last Name
Fire Chief, Emergency Management Director

Tabbed Widget Content

Once you insert the tabbed widget, you will need to make a tab for each of the following and insert an editor widget within the tab to place content into it.

Be Informed: Being prepared means being informed. The more information you have before, during and after an emergency the better the odds of a positive outcome. Understanding the different types of emergencies and knowing what to do will also improve the likelihood of a positive outcome. We've created this site to inform you of the different types of emergencies, to help you make a plan and build a kit to have with you should an emergency arise and to help you get involved with the community so that you can assist in keeping yourself safe. 

Make a Plan: Being caught unprepared and having little knowledge of what to do next can only make a bad situation worse. While it's not most people's favorite thing to think about, planning and preparing for the worse is the best way to improve your odds of a positive outcome. A well rounded plan includes: How to be ready for any situation, Preparing a kit of essential items, What to do in the event of a disaster or emergency, and Learning the emergency places of places you frequent such as place of work, schools, daycares, and shopping centers

Build a Kit: A "Kit" is simply a collection of items you may need in an emergency. It may be necessary to have more than one kit such as one for home and one this is more mobile or easy to carry. It's best to build your kit well in advance of any event and have it on standby in a place that's easily accessible. It's possible that you will have to survive on your own following an emergency. It could take a considerable amount of time before emergency or rescue officials will be able to reach out. And it's possible that basic services such as electricity and water won't be available. Having a kit containing your own food and water with enough quantity of each to last at least 72 hours is advised. Supplies such as medicines, flashlights and tools are important as well. 

Get Involved: Major disasters can overwhelm first responders. Having a well informed and trained group of volunteers made up of citizens and neighbors will help get the first responders where they are needed more and ensure a safe homeland. Here is how you can get involved: Volunteer - get trained and volunteer with a Community Emergency Response Team, Medical Reserve Corps unity and/or Citizen Corps Partner Program or Affiliate Organization.; Connect and collaborate with your local emergency planning group, Citizen Corps Council or local emergency management agency.; Join or start a preparedness project that will teach others how to prepare for emergencies; Donate cash or goods in times of emergency

CustomHTML Content

This CustomHTML widget should be placed underneath the tabbed widget, it will remain on the page regardless of what tab is selected.

The below example use this URL as an example: https://civicplus.regroup.com/networks/civicplus/full_embed. You will use the same link but switching out the "civicplus" with your ID name.

<iframe src="https://civicplus.regroup.com/networks/civicplus/full_embed" width="100%" height="800px" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Visual Example

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