Shoreview city council members agree that the city’s two websites need upgrading, and especially optimization for mobile devices. A screenshot of the City Hall website as viewed on a computer. Some future updates could change the drop-down menu format and other details.
The idea that technology moves in rapid strides is something Shoreview officials agree with, particularly when it comes to the city’s online presence.
The 2016 Slice of Shoreview Days parade made its way down Victoria Street street in Shoreview July 23 featuring local groups and residents — the grand marshal of the parade, Lexington Floral, gave out flowers along the route.
James Miller, left, presented Shoreview city manager Terry Schwerm with the James F. Miller Leadership Award at the annual League of Minnesota Cities conference, an award that was named after Miller this year after he retired as the League’s long-time executive director.
Terry Schwerm has been Shoreview’s city manager since 1993.