2017DigitalCities

2018: A Top Five Winner


The City of Pueblo has scored a top five place in the annual survey of top-ranked digital city governments.The City of Pueblo has scored a top five place in the annual survey of top-ranked digital city governments.Read on...

2017: A Top Ten Winner


This year’s leading digital cities are leveraging technology to connect disadvantaged citizens with critical information and services, promote citizen inclusion in important government processes and share government data with the public. Read on...

2013 Winner


In the 2013 Digital Cities national annual survey, the City of Pueblo placed tenth in the category of populations between 75,000 and 125,000. This Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities research survey focuses on how the use of technology contributed to the City’s ability to achieve operational efficiencies, reduce costs, and meet organizational and operational goals in the face of fiscal constraints.

2012: The City of Pueblo's Website is Recognized by Digital Cities


In the 2012 Digital Cities national annual survey, the City of Pueblo placed fifth in the category of populations between 75,000 and 125,000. This Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities research survey focuses on how the use of technology contributed to the City’s ability to achieve operational efficiencies, reduce costs, and meet organizational and operational goals in the face of fiscal constraints.

2011: The City Remains Among the Best in the Country


The City of Pueblo has once again placed highly in The 2011 Digital Cities national annual survey placing third in the category of populations between 75,000 and 125,000. This Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities research survey focuses on how the use of technology contributed to the City’s ability to achieve operational efficiencies, reduce costs, and meet organizational and operational goals in the face of fiscal constraints.

2010: Top-Ranking Technology Performance


The Center for Digital Government announced the top-ranked local governments in its 10th annual Digital Cities Survey. The survey recognizes municipalities that successfully incorporate information technology into operations to better serve constituents, businesses, and city government. After several years of competing, the City of Pueblo was ranked first in the survey among cities with similar populations size in 2010.

To learn more about this amazing achievement, please read our Digital Cities Survey winner press release.