As the bustling capital of North Carolina, the City of Raleigh conducts a robust operation of routine infrastructure inspections and maintenance activities. The stormwater division alone oversees 35,500 storm drains and 609 miles of pipes...

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When Brad Lear joined Northville Township, Michigan, as the Detroit suburb’s Water and Sewer Manager in 2021, he embraced the community’s vision of being “the leading, innovative community built through a legacy of excellence.” While...

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Local government organizations have faced extensive changes over the last decade, driven by environmental impacts, economic uncertainty, and increasing citizen demands. Despite these challenges, community development has continued to evolve, and the adoption of technology...

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Connecting the entire design, build, and operate lifecycle of infrastructure projects is critical to maximizing efficiencies within funding parameters. Delivering construction projects on-time and on budget is key, but when every project relies on a...

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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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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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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is the largest water and power utility in the United States, serving over 4 million people across an area of more than 460 square miles. The...

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Have you been curious about the latest Operational Insights features and how they can make a difference in your organization? This Cityworks Innovate session gives insight into the app's purpose: how it can inform your...

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