We speak with literally hundreds of special districts every week. And we’ve found that the best-run districts all have a special district "rockstar." This isn’t the person who actually puts out the fires, keeps the water clean, or kills the mosquito larvae.
Streamline has always stood for holding ourselves and our community accountable to good governance and transparency to the public. We don’t just help you build a website. We provide much-needed guidance on the laws and regulations that affect how you should (and in some cases, must!) communicate with your community and stakeholders online.
As a special district, how do you combat the often-heard sentiment, "They just don’t do that much..."? While your district may not be directly competing with anyone, keeping your community informed ensures everyone knows the value you are providing.
We believe California special districts deserve COVID-19 relief funds. So we’re partnering with CSDA and a growing coalition of communities and local leaders to urge the State of California to extend Coronavirus relief funding to special districts.
I want to share a story from the Carmel Area Wastewater District - a story that highlights the amazing work special districts do behind the scenes, as well as the great job they’ve done sharing critical information with the public during the covid crisis.
A lifetime of involvement in special districts and a love for small local government has given us an understanding of just how challenging it can be for agencies to communicate online. However, instead of focusing on how hard it is, we’d like to look at five non-negotiable things your site should do for you. Just because it's been hard in the past doesn't mean it has to be hard now. We're here to make sure of that.
We build tools to help special districts with online compliance, internal and external communication. Accessible and compliant websites, intranet software, and communication tools to help districts promote the important work they do.