February 2017
Mt. San Antonio from Rancho Cucamonga: photo by Amanda Walker
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A More Fruitful Grapevine

The user experience for the Grapevine online brochure is about to get an exciting boost.

The City of Rancho Cucamonga is committed to creating a more robust interactive brochure that will make the registration experience as simple as possible and encourage more online readership with the new on-line Grapevine http://bit.ly/Spring2017Grapevine.

We are excited to share a new digital publishing tool that offers a full range of interactive functions to make the on-line Grapevine as powerful and useful as possible. The digital version of our Grapevine is now optimized for viewing on all screens, large and small, and compatible with Android and iPhone systems, as well as several popular desktop browsers.

City staff will leverage the on-line functionality to improve the user experience for browsing classes, programs, and events, while also offering powerful tools for the user to simplify their registration process. Take a look at some of the features now available with the on-line Grapevine:

Looking ahead, this new platform may help bring other City publications online in an interactive format. The Rancho Reporter, Economic Development's Community Profile publication, Silver Fox Newsletter, and the Lewis Family Playhouse Season Brochure are just some possibilities to consider for the future.