Emergency Management agencies provide decision makers with relevant information regarding the nature of hazards and the status of appropriate response activities. Any information latency delays response efforts and may result in additional loss of life and property. Use ArcGIS Solutions to become more resilient, develop preparedness plans, respond to emergencies, and inform internal and external stakeholders.
Maintain situational awareness
Identify property damage
Engage the public
Know Your Zone can be used to share multitiered evacuation zones established to help residents evacuate when a hurricane or storm occurs.
Shelter Locator can be used to share emergency shelters activated during an incident or event.
Special Needs Registry can be used to inventory vulnerable populations whose needs are not fully addressed by traditional service providers and who will need assistance during an emergency incident.
Warming and Cooling Centers can be used to inventory temporary shelters established when extreme cold or heat becomes dangerous to public health and share this information with the public.
My Hazard Information can be used to share relevant hazards and any evacuation routes or services required during an emergency with the public.
Manage storm debris
Organize foundational data
Community Data Aggregation can be used to aggregate authoritative address and parcel data to deliver focused maps and locators to key stakeholders.
Critical Facilities can be used to aggregate authoritative critical facility data and deliver focused maps and locators to key stakeholders.
Road Closures can be used to maintain an inventory of road closures and communicate closures and detours to travelers.
CAMEO Data Management can be used to organize and manage Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO) data in ArcGIS.
3D Basemaps can be used to author and maintain a 3D basemap for your organization.
Identify flood impact
Flood Impact Analysis can be used to develop localized flooding scenarios and visualize the impact of flooding on public infrastructure, critical facilities, and vulnerable populations.
Become more resilient
Community Resilience Surveys can be used to capture asset, vulnerability, and resilience information used in a resiliency assessment.
Community Resilience can be used to aggregate asset information, create asset resilience scores, and assess a community's resiliency.
Resilience Dashboard can be used to monitor asset resilience and measure progress toward resiliency objectives.
Community Impact can be used to report the short and long-term impacts of a natural disaster.
Community Impact Dashboard can be used to monitor impact reports and understand how community resiliency can be improved.
Mitigate community impact
Hazard Assessment and Analysis can be used to understand the likelihood, and impact, of an incident or event on community assets.
Vulnerability Assessment can be used to aggregate asset information and analyze potential vulnerabilities and exposures.
Community Mitigation can be used to inventory, manage, and report the status of mitigation projects and local mitigation plans.
Mitigation Feedback can be used to share mitigation projects and solicit feedback on a given project from the public.