by Marketing MyGov


by Marketing MyGov


Wrapped in historical charm, the City of Athens, Texas is an oasis for individuals looking for the perfect mix of small-town community and modern living. With rolling hills and beautiful country scenery, the city of Athens is located just 75 miles from Dallas, providing residents with easy access to a large metropolitan hub of activity.

As a leading agency in Henderson County, the city was looking for a way to streamline processes, update workflows and automate systems. That is why the City of Athens, Texas has recently joined MyGov.

Before MyGov, the City of Athens was without access to software tailored to fit their community’s needs. By implementing the MyGov Permit, Code Enforcement and Credential Manager software, the city is taking control of the growth and activity within the community.

Because the City of Athens implemented the MyGov Permit, Code Enforcement and Credential Manager software, they now have access to a host of best-in-class features to include:

  • Online Payments
  • Workflow Manager
  • Mobile Inspections
  • Alerts and Notices
  • Fields and Fees Manager
  • Collaborator Portal
  • Report Generator
  • Checklists
  • Document Manager
  • Photo Upload
  • Location Manager
  • Alerts and Notices
  • Online Submittal
  • Renewals

Since the City of Athens, Texas has access to these unique features, the agency is now equipped to build, enforce, administer and maintain functions that lead to a prospering community. Athens, Texas is taking great care to be a community that preserves its rich heritage while modernizing Permit, Code Enforcement and Credential Management processes to serve the community in an expanded capacity.

Want to join the hundreds of agencies who are seeing success by implementing a complete software solution? Contact our MyGov Sales Team and schedule a free consultation today. We look forward to hearing about the projects central to your agency and how we can help you.

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