Water and Wastewater

Know Every Asset

Maintaining the flow of water and wastewater services throughout your community is a full-time responsibility. Cityworks, the only certified GIS-centric asset management solution, meets the demand.

Streamlined Operations

Cityworks’ unique GIS-centric approach simplifies maintenance and daily operations, allowing users to organize, manage, and maintain asset and work information through the ArcGIS® intuitive map interface.

Configurable Templates

Easy-to-use tools and templates allow users to visualize scheduled work, ongoing activities, recurring maintenance problems, and historical information. Network tracing can be used to analyze specific service situations like main breaks, stoppages, upstream and downstream flows, and more. 

Third-Party Integrations

Based on open technology, Cityworks supports a wide variety of applications and third-party integrations, including warehouse inventory and SCADA.

Risk Assessment

Using data from Cityworks and ArcGIS, Operational Insights helps build risk model strategies for asset management. This system of insight allows cities and utilities to determine how to prioritize maintenance dollars and capital expenditures.

Water Utilities Use Cityworks For:

  • Work Order Management
  • Condition Assessment
  • Maintenance and Service
  • Emergency Response
  • Network Tracing
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Emergency Management
  • Citizen Engagement
  • Capital Improvements

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From Worksheets to Smart Phones with Cityworks + ArcGIS

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Using Satellite Data to Keep Water at Bay

Water utilities don’t like leaks. Not only can they threaten infrastructure and demand emergency response, but especially in the case of treated water, leaks allow revenue to literally pour into the street.  Yet for utilities like Green Bay Water Utility (GBWU) in Green Bay, Wisconsin, leaks come with the territory. When you consider a 130-year-old …