At Cityworks, we recognize the importance of community-building. Many of the cities and towns we call home are also Cityworks clients. We live, work, and play in the places where Cityworks and ArcGIS are helping build more resilient, sustainable, and safe communities.
Our dedication to local communities goes beyond our software, too. In 2018 alone, Cityworks contributed more than $75,000 to community sponsorships and charitable donations. Throughout the year, you’ll find us fundraising for important causes, organizing community activities, and celebrating the community infrastructure that enhances quality of life.
Dirty Ninja Mud Run for Kids
The annual community event—organized by local businesses and the City of West Bend, Wisconsin—brings families together for a celebration of West Bend’s parks and recreation. This year, the event included more than 2,000 children for a day of messy fun.
Ford Wilson Race of Champions
This annual event in Indianapolis gives children with disabilities the opportunity to experience the thrill of real-life soapbox derby racing.
The Huntsman 140 road cycling ride was founded in 2010 as a fundraiser to support the Huntsman Cancer Institute. In 2018, Cityworks bike riders, 5K runners, and team supporters contributed more than $22,000 to the cause.
Local and regional road infrastructure is valuable not just for a community’s transportation needs, but also for recreation and quality of life. That’s why we support LoToJa, a one-day, 200+ mile amateur bicycle race through Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming.
This nonprofit organization is dedicated to raising awareness of trichotillomania (hair pulling) and dermatillomania (skin picking)—conditions clinically known as body-focused repetitive disorders (BFRDs). Our employees, partners, and clients participated in a silent auction to benefit the TLC Foundation at Where: Cityworks Conference in May. Together, the Cityworks community raised more than $9,000 for the cause. P
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