Software Utilities that Support You

Cityworks provides a number of software utilities designed to assist specific user types. From sewer inspections to database table editing, we have a solution to meet your needs.

CCTV Interface for PACP

Cityworks CCTV Interface links directly to closed circuit television (CCTV) inspection systems that are Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) compliant. Our interface is a bi-directional application that allows users to pass data from the Cityworks database to a PACP database and back again.

Cityworks for Excel

Make changes to the Cityworks database and geodatabase tables from one place with an easy-to-use interface. Work orders and inspections can also be created using this application. 

Paver Interface

Designed for organizations that use PAVER, the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (USACERL) program for pavement management. The Cityworks interface provides the work management system and access to the geodatabase for PAVER.

See Our Software Utilities in Use

7 Common Business Processes That Integrate With Cityworks

Local government, public works, and utility organizations rely on many critical business systems to support their operations. From work management and customer service to finance and human resources, municipal staff are often required to access multiple software platforms to determine proper courses of action. By connecting third-party systems and outside data sources to Cityworks and …

Effortless Pipe Inspections Drive Success for OWASA

Each day, in communities across the globe, millions of gallons of water and wastewater travel through underground pipes to be treated, distributed, or consumed. In the U.S. alone, water main breaks have increased by 27 percent in the last six years. The majority of these breaks occur on pipes that are more than 50 years …

Otay Water District: Asset Management Evolution

Since 1956, Otay Water District in Southern California has been a water, recycled water and sewer service provider. Purchasing potable water from the San Diego County Water Authority or the Helix Water District, the imported water is a mix of waters from the Colorado River and Northern California, and purchased from the region’s primary importer, …