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Your Communications Specialists
As more MUDs are looking to upgrade, adapt with the
times, have better transparency, service their
residents better and faster, and help add value to
their district, a district website is often the next
step. A strong web presence allows residents to find
information they need about the district easily and
quickly and from the correct source. A website, like
any other district owned property, can add tremendous
value to the district so long as it follows rules and
regulations and is properly maintained.
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Triton Consulting Group is the leading
communications consulting firm for small government
entities in the greater Texas area. Much like the
operator who handles the water services, or the
engineer that plans and maintains district projects,
Triton is a consultant to the Board of a District that
advises and guides them in all matters of public
outreach and information dissemination.
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Share District News
Residents have come to expect instant, up-to-date,
and district-relevant information to their digital
devices; they want to share district news and updates
on social media platforms like Facebook and Nextdoor,
and receive emergency alerts as a crisis progresses. If
efficient and quality communication does not come from
the district itself, they will try to find it elsewhere
which leads to bad information being shared and
repeated throughout the community, making it impossible
to correct the further it is shared.
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Get the Message Out
Have some news your residents need to know? Need
your residents to understand a Bond Election? Need to
alert your residents to a problem at your facilities?
Want to push news out to your community? Triton is here
to help. Call or email us.