Posts Tagged: Esri

Esri Video Series: Driving Denver

Our next edition of the Esri Video Series is an interview with David Luhan and Doug Genzer. David is the GeoSpatial Applications Director and Doug is the Sennior GIS Analyst for the City and County of Denver, Colorado. Video Notes: David Luhan and Doug Genzer discuss the origin of Denver GIS, the recent goals andRead… Read more »

Esri Video Series: Utah DOT and GIS, One Great Team

Our next video in our Esri video series features John Thomas, Planning Director for the Utah Department of Transportation. Video Notes: John Thomas defines the primary function of the Utah Department of Transportation Planning. He goes on to describe the UPlan project, the key aspects of UPlan and how GIS has aided their mission. StayRead… Read more »

Esri Video Series: An Introduction from Esri’s Chris Thomas

Members of the GovLoop team recently attended the 2011 Esri User Conference located in beautiful San Diego, California. The conference hosted over 16,000 GIS users including a strong government user community. Here is our first installment of a multiple-part video series. This interview series focuses on how government is using GIS. We had the opportunityRead… Read more »

Thanks to GovLoop’s Partners

Happy Summer everyone! As you know on GovLoop, you are not subjected to blinking banner ads and annoying pop-ups. I think the future of advertising is that it has to be beneficial to the community. Thus, here on GovLoop, you’ll see us work with our awesome partners to put on educational online trainings, special areasRead… Read more »

The Big Sky State is Big on Arc-GIS

With 145,552 square miles of populated open land, Montana, aka the Big Sky State, has a lot to keep track of. Managing such a large spectrum of terrain is no simple task. This is why the fourth largest state in the US chose to pioneer a GIS-based statewide cadastral database. According to OMB’s Federal EnterpriseRead… Read more »

Public Access to Tax Parcel: There’s an App for That!

I’ve talked about how ArcGIS can make tax parcel mapping a cinch for local governments, and here’s some great news! There is now an app to access tax parcel information. Check out the blog post below to find out more: Originally posted in the ESRI Local Government Blog. Parcel Value for iPhone is an ArcGISRead… Read more »

ArcGIS Makes Tax Parcel Mapping a Cinch

How are local governments using ArcGIS? Check out the post below from the ESRI Local Government Blog. Originally posted April 7, 2011. New Tax Parcel Map Book Template Helps Produce Map Atlases Effortlessly Many local governments are still required to produce hardcopy tax map atlases. Throughout the country, these map books are still statutorily requiredRead… Read more »

When Mother Nature Roars, Utilize GIS.

Recent geographical events like the earthquakes and tsunami that have hit Japan prove that we can’t stop Mother Nature. All we can do is know how to prepare, and how to react when doing battle with natural forces. GIS gathers and analyzes important geographical information. It tells a story and can better prepare us forRead… Read more »