Parks and Recreation

We Know Parks & Recreation

Parks and recreation play a fundamental role in enhancing quality of life and community health. Cityworks provides a GIS-centric framework to managing parks and recreation services — saving time and costs while improving maintenance and capital planning.

GIS-Centric

Cityworks is inherently designed to help parks and recreation agencies move from reactive maintenance to a preventative and proactive asset management framework. Leverage the inherent power and capabilities of GIS through spatial analysis of work activities, mobile field operations, and operational insights.

Enterprise Solutions

Cityworks AMS and PLL solutions assist managers with maintenance plan development, grounds management, site amenities maintenance, vehicle and equipment maintenance, work order management, environmental management, scheduling crews, events, and more.

Keeping Parks Clean with Smart Technology

The City of Raleigh, North Carolina, takes a very GIS-centric approach to asset management. “If it’s in ArcGIS Online, it’s in Cityworks,” explains Chad Foley, enterprise application engineer at the City of Raleigh. Most recently, the city expanded its deployment of the Cityworks mobile native app—together with Bigbelly smart waste bins—to help the Parks, Recreation, …

Knowledge Is Power: Improving 311 Customer Service With Two-Way Software Integrations

“Closed means closed.” It was a phrase frequently heard within the City of Baltimore’s two largest agencies, the Department of Public Works (DPW) and Department of Transportation (DOT). The phrase was typically used by managers when emphasizing a service request should not be closed until the entire job was completed. On the operations side, parent …

Seeing the Forest and the Trees in the City of Arborly Love

There may be no city in America that loves trees more than Philadelphia. More than 10 percent of Philadelphia’s land area—16 square miles—is home to the largest managed urban park system in the world. With more than 1.63 million park and street trees, Philadelphia’s living assets outnumber people. Under the care of the Philadelphia Department …