CCCA Enlists Tripepi Smith for Website Redesign

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Contract Cities websiteThe California Contract Cities Association (CCCA) enlisted Tripepi Smith to bring a new face to the company’s website. The website redesign project kicked off in December 2020, when Senior Business Analyst Melanie James met with CCCA staff to outline a site plan which included a user-friendly experience for site visitors and a new modern look.

“The Tripepi Smith team has been and continues to be a valuable partner for the CCCA,” said Marcel Rodarte, CCCA Executive Director. “Tripepi Smith has provided valuable support to our Association for years and continues to be a great asset and partner for the contract cities community. Through their expertise in local government, they understand CCCA’s purpose and, before re-building the website, sought to truly understand our vision and goals. We are beyond pleased with our new website and its features.”

Melanie built a cohesive and accessible WordPress website with a modern design that translates on both desktop and mobile devices. The redesign features an interactive homepage that welcomes visitors to the site, an organized navigational menu making it easy for viewers to find information, a list of upcoming events and an improved event calendar, a custom legislation position tracker with sorting and filters to view CCCA’s positions on latest bills, a portfolio of all current Associate Members and Member Cities, and information on how to become a CCCA Associate Member.

“It was a pleasure to step back in and redesign the CCCA website,” said Melanie James, Senior Business Analyst. “We wanted to ensure the website, through its appearance, spoke to the important services the Association provides and the voice it offers to the local government community.”

Within six months of the kick-off, the new CCCA website was approved and went live in June 2021. Tripepi Smith is continuing to provide CCCA with unlimited hosting and website updates as part of its support arrangement with the association.

Tripepi Smith is a Platinum- Level Partner of CCCA. Over the past decade, Tripepi Smith has provided ongoing support to CCCA for a variety of projects and services, including social media coordination, event photography, meeting facilitation, management of the Association’s partner committee, and ongoing website support.

See the final product here.

About the California Contract Cities Association

CCCA is a collection of member cities united for a common cause. Born in 1957 as the direct result of the “Lakewood Plan”, CCCA grew from eight contracting or member cities to 70 member cities today with more than seven million residents. Membership growth remains one of the main priorities of the Association. CCCA serves as a rallying point for cities contracting for municipal services to ensure constituents receive the best service at the minimum cost. Through municipal seminars, education, and exchange of ideas and information, CCCA combines resources to influence policy decisions that affect member cities.

About Tripepi Smith

Tripepi Smith is a California-based marketing, technology and public affairs firm that serves for-profit, nonprofit and public agencies. Its unique mix of marketing and technology prowess provides a competitive advantage to agencies seeking to leverage the internet to achieve their communication goals. The firm provides full content creation services, including: ghost writing, collateral development, photography, video production, search engine marketing, search engine optimization, email marketing campaigns and website design and execution. Tripepi Smith clients include: City of American Canyon, City of Culver City, City of Cupertino, City of Daly City, City of Duarte, City of Grover Beach, City of Santa Paula, City of Indian Wells, City of La Cañada Flintridge, City of Lake Forest, City of Livermore, City of Napa, City of Paramount, City of Martinez, City of Tracy, City of Vallejo, CalChoice Energy Authority, California Joint Powers Insurance Authority, Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency, Santa Clara County Fire Department, Costa Mesa Sanitary District, Rowland Water District, California Contract Cities Association, California City Management Foundation, Renne Public Law Group, Bob Hall & Associates and Climatec.