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Stunning free images hand selected for special district websites

Posted by Annelise Spargo | August 26, 2021

Images are arguably the most powerful part of your special district website. Your audience is naturally drawn to view them first, and when done right, they leave a lasting impression.

But, as we all know, finding good images for your special district website is not as easy as it sounds. It can take hours and hours to pick the right images for your site. And while it's often best to take your own photos, that's not always practical, or even necessary.

So, we decided to try and take some of the load off your shoulders by providing you with a set of free images tailored to some of the most common district types:

 

Water   |   Fire   |   Mosquito   |   Parks & Recreation

 

Our product team has also added these to the Streamline Web product, so if you're a customer you'll see them in there as well - just point-and-click to add them to your pages.

Enjoy!

Water District Images

Bubbles in water

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Water dripping from faucet

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sprinkler watering lawn

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Fire District Images

Small camp fire in the woods

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Child's fire truck toy.

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Smoke swirling in the air

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Mosquito District Images

Mosquito biting

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Close up of mosquito

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Puddle where mosquitoes live

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Parks & Recreation District Images

Empty row of swings

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Park with grassy field and people

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Kids jumping in the air

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A quick word about accessibility. Make sure you follow the proper steps to make sure everyone can benefit from your images. Below is a quick cheatsheet. Also, you may want to visit our Website Accessibility Resource Center for more information. 

Accessibility tips for website images (2)

 

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