TICONDEROGA - The town of Ticonderoga has improved its cyberspace presence.
The town's website has been updated and improved, while the police department has created a site.
"The new site is beautiful and professionally done," Supervisor Deb Malaney said. "It's a great resource for people of the community."
Sharon Reynolds, executive director of PRIDE, was credited with making the improvements.
"She did a really nice job," Malaney said.
The site, located at www.townofticonderoga.com, welcomes visitors and offers photo tour of the community.
It also provides links to contact town officials and departments as well as local museums and the Black Watch Memorial Library.
Town Clerk Tonya Thompson pointed out the website also has information on town ordinances, regulations, permits requirements and building codes.
Information on birth, marriage and death certificates is available on the site along with building, facilities use and junkyard permits.
The Ticonderoga Police Department has established a website at www.ticonderogapolice.org
Chief Mark Johns said the site has information on the local department, local laws, traffic tickets, domestic violence and drinking while intoxicated.
The police site also provides a daily blotter of Ti police activities, a list of active warrants, updates on current investigations and press releases.