After nearly 20 years of using Cityworks as an on-premises application, the City of Suffolk, Virginia, decided to transition to a cloud-based system. This move was prompted by the need to provide employees with a...

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Maintaining accurate inventory records can be challenging for any utility provider or public works operation but is essential for efficient material management. Manual processes for incoming stock are often labor-intensive and take your staff away...

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As Cityworks has grown to be a true platform solution capable of integrating with other enterprise systems, experienced Cityworks users and business partners have identified best practices for ensuring the long-term success of a system...

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A new coding framework in Cityworks allows you to add custom buttons and widgets to Cityworks apps—and put them right where your users expect them to be. When you’re in the groove of your daily...

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Without a healthy environment, our communities and the basic infrastructure within them would cease to function. The work done by utility organizations, local governments, and infrastructure owners is critically important. Day in and day out,...

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Learn.Trimble.com is the training platform that houses all of Cityworks’ training material and resources. Whether you’re new to Cityworks or are an experienced administrator, the Learn.Trimble platform has something for everyone. Growing your team’s Cityworks...

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Indio Water Authority, California, is using Cityworks and Axim Geospatial to address California’s Electronic Positive Response (EPR) mandate, which requires utility organizations to send electronic communications to excavators, developers, and contractors, updating them on the...

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Every city, county, and water authority in the U.S. strives to meet the industry standards for hydrant flow tests set forth by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the National Fire Protection Association. Consultants...

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Local governments and utility organizations are currently presented with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to upgrade and repair their community’s public infrastructure. Infrastructure policies such as the American Rescue Plan (ARPA) and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)...

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The City of Round Rock, Texas, serves a population of 135,000 people. Like most communities this size, they receive a steady amount of resident-submitted service requests. The city has employed the use of Cityworks eURLs,...

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