NACCHOA newly designed website to put more of its “rich array of resources and information” into the hands of its members, partners, and the public is being rolled out by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). The Washington D.C.-based nonprofit organization said the new website’s functionality will “allow NACCHO to drive member engagement, maximize retention rates and increase organizational relevancy.” It also expects the enhanced site will benefit public health. NACCHO represents about 2,800 local health departments, including those at the city, country, metro, district and tribal levels of government. In addition to providing public health services, local health departments typically provide surveillliance for food and waterborne diseases and inspections of restaurants and other food services. “Completion of our redesigned website is a significant step forward toward making NACCHO a more nimble, tech-savvy organization, and a responsive resource to those working to improve population health,” said Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck, executive director of NACCHO. The 10-month redesign project added a more powerful search engine featuring top trending topics and “an intuitive experience in accessing information.” Additional features will be added in a second phase of the project.   (To sign up for a free subscription to Food Safety News, click here.)