Empowering Communities with GIS Intelligence

The Tualatin Valley Water District (TVWD) has been tasked with collecting water quality samples at approximately 170 different locations. Before implementing Cityworks, water quality collections, lab submissions, and chain of custody workflows were inefficient and...

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At the City of Coon Rapids, Cityworks was initially implemented in the Sanitary Sewer Department and then in Water, Streets, Stormwater, and Forestry.  The City experienced substantial results entering historical information and tracking customer service...

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The City of Bozeman implemented Cityworks in early 2008 in four of the city’s divisions including water and sewer, forestry, streets, and signs.  Employees at Bozeman have felt the positive effect of Cityworks on their...

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The City of Ann Arbor has been a Cityworks user since 2000.  Over time, the City has grown into a full, enterprise-wide implementation.  In 2007 they implemented the software for their sidewalk inspections, experiencing fast,...

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The City of Fort Collins, Colorado, purchased Cityworks in 2004.  Cityworks was first deployed and utilized in the Streets & Traffic Department for the management of traffic signs and signals, traffic control, pavement management, road...

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Waterford Township, Michigan, has utilized Cityworks as their GIS-centric AMS since 1998 with numerous positive results and measurable, documented financial savings.  Considering that in 1996 the only computer application Waterford had was their billing system,...

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On a crisp October morning, you pass through a tollbooth and merge onto I-190.  Almost immediately, familiar green signage of the interstate gives way to the blue wayfinders of O’Hare International Airport.  Slowing down as...

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At Colonie, New York, we have been utilizing Cityworks MMS in our Highway, Sanitary, and Water Departments since 2006, having an excellent experience with the software.  Because of this, last year we decided to implement...

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Cityworks Server PLL (Permits, Licensing, and Land) is a GIS-centric community development software product that enables agencies to track permits, planning and development applications, engineering construction processes, business licenses, code enforcement cases, and land development...

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West Valley City, Utah, was an early adopter of Cityworks PLL. Since their initial implementation in January 2008, West Valley City has tracked over 28,000 permits and cases, which breaks down to just over 900...

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Some exciting things are going on at Azteca.  Along with a steadily growing user base, the recent completion of a superb Cityworks 2010 User Conference, and seemingly endless client success stories, there is a new...

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