EvoGov, Inc. is a technology firm based in Denver, Colorado that specializes in creating websites and online applications for local government agencies, member associations, utility companies, and non-profits.
Ongoing support and updates to our software are included free.
All websites we build are responsive for desktops, tablets, and smart mobile devices.
Our class-leading CMS provides full access to templates, layouts, CSS, and scripts in your website.
Content migration from your old website to your new website is included.
Our all-inclusive annual fee for service is much less than our competition. No maintenance fees or hidden fees. Free design refresh with multi-year commitment.
Small Municipalities (under 10k residents) get special discounts. Save over $1000 annually and $1500 in development fees when compared to other providers.
No limits. No worries.
No extra charge for newsletters.
Drag and drop meeting attachments.
Unlimited folders and auto-updated links.
August 21, 2017
John McKown, President - EvoGov
In this article, I will explain why we no longer offer deep discounts on website upgrades from our older CMS platform (Team-Logic) to our new CMS (Evo Cloud).
We love our customers, and all of our customers are VIPs to us. But we have experienced that
July 16, 2017
New Feature - Cut and Paste Images Directly Into our CMS Editor!
Save hours updating your website's images!
We just launched a new feature where you can drag-and-drop (or paste) images directly into the our CMS content editor, and the editor will then upload your images directly
June 05, 2017
Testing of our new GIS mapping is moving right along.
We are moving our updated mapping application out of Alpha and into Beta.
It is being deployed to production servers today once we add some new help documentation.
Here are some of the new features of our updated Mapping Platform:
May 11, 2017
We found a bug with our media library application that we fixed today. Performance across the CMS is now many times faster.
Here is a description of the issue, and how we resolved it:
When PDF files are uploaded into a website, we were indexing them for search immediately. This is