State and local governments are stewards of most public infrastructure. In many places, years of neglect have resulted in crumbling roads, bridges in need of repair, outdated public buildings, and other critical infrastructure needs. High-quality infrastructure is essential to a community's economic vitality and quality of life. Use ArcGIS Solutions to maintain right-of-way assets, coordinate and plan capital investments, address transportation needs, respond to vectors and natural hazards, and engage the public in an effective way.
Maintain public road networks
Road Network Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of roads, intersections, and physical road characteristics and track legal agreements executed with a public works agency.
Plans and Drawings can be used to index the geographic extent of record plans and drawings and provide access to a catalog of source documents in the office or the field.
Administrative Area Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of administrative areas (geopolitical areas, school districts and attendance zones, public safety districts, and service boundaries).
Inventory right-of-way assets
Maximize capital investments
Capital Project Planning can be used to define a project portfolio, organize the portfolio into an official capital improvement plan, and share the plan with internal and external stakeholders.
Capital Project Tracking can be used to manage an active project portfolio, communicate project status, and share project updates with internal and external stakeholders.
Participatory Budgeting can be used to solicit community feedback to identify, discuss, and prioritize public spending projects.
Administer right-of-way permits
Communicate road closures
Reduce traffic fatalities
Traffic Hazard Analysis can be used to identify roadway hazards and dangerous traffic behaviors that could lead to serious injury or fatality.
Vision Zero can be used to solicit transportation hazards and dangerous traffic behaviors on roadways from bikers, drivers, and pedestrians using public streets.
Manage mosquito populations
Mosquito Service Requests can be used to solicit reports of mosquito activity and locations of potential breeding sites from the general public.
Mosquito Treatments can be used to manage adulticiding and larviciding activities and share treatment plans with the general public.
Mosquito Surveillance can be used to monitor mosquito populations and track the location of positive vector-borne disease test results.
Engage the public
My Trash Services can be used to share waste pickup schedules and recycling information with the general public.
Citizen Problem Reporter can be used to solicit nonemergency problem reports (for example, blight, graffiti, trash, potholes, clogged drains, and flooding) from the general public.
Adopt-A-Catch Basin can be used to operate catch basin adoption programs that allow volunteers to adopt storm drains and clean them for the community.
Promote public parking
Public Parking can be used to inventory parking assets and promote safe and affordable public parking (lots, garages, on-street spaces, and pay stations) alternatives in a downtown or neighborhood.
Manage special event permits
Special Event Permitting and Operations can be used to manage special event permits, protect event attendees, and promote special events occurring in the community.
Respond to snow emergencies
Performance Management can be used to monitor key performance metrics and communicate progress made on strategic outcomes to the general public and other interested stakeholders.