While GIS has long been an important tool for municipal departments—water utilities and public works, for example—we’ve seen increased implementation across more unique aspects of municipal government. As GIS continues to become easier to use,...

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York Region in Ontario spans more than 1,000 miles of Canadian terrain. Behind the scenes of winter storm preparations, York uses Cityworks to keep roads safe. Watch the video below to learn how Cityworks and...

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At the Town of Apex Finance Department, the billing utility specialists were waiting for the meter technicians to bring in their yellow sheets. It was going to be another tight deadline to get billing data...

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It’s no secret that state and local government agencies are being asked to do more with fewer resources. It’s not just large projects receiving scrutiny but also labor resources, technology infrastructure, and even the items...

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INTEGRATING BEST-OF-BREED SOLUTIONS TO UNLEASH THE FULL POTENTIAL OF CITYWORKS PLL Many of us today connect to the world through our mobile devices. We can see what’s happening at our front door even when we’re...

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How many times have you seen crews tear up a newly paved road for a water main replacement? This classic example of inefficient project planning is a common problem in communities across the globe. Employees...

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Whether you’re patching potholes or rebuilding roads, maintaining pavement infrastructure is both costly and time-consuming. Get ahead of the curve by integrating your pavement analysis tool and your work management system. Cityworks recently release a...

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Your work isn’t limited to your desk and neither is Cityworks. With the help of a continuous network connection, Cityworks Respond provides streamlined access to Cityworks AMS and PLL specifically for field use. You have...

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From the management of underground assets—like pipes, valves, and meters—to automatic hydrant inspection to efficiencies in our billing system, GIS can help increase the quality of service your water utility provides every day. Central Arkansas...

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“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...

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