Sustainable communities don't just happen, they require professionals dedicated to more livable and prosperous communities. Communities must balance the needs of their residents, infrastructure, and the environment to ensure they adapt to economic and demographic changes. Use ArcGIS Solutions to engage the community in your growth management plans, promote business diversity, attract talented citizens, and encourage quality places and neighborhoods.
Encourage orderly growth
3D Basemaps can be used to author and maintain a 3D basemap for your organization.
Development Impact Analysis can be used to evaluate proposed developments and assess their impact on solar radiation, shadows, and viewsheds in a community.
Incentive Zones can be used to share incentives that encourage new business, or the expansion of existing businesses, in a community.
Site Selector can be used to market available buildings and sites to business owners and corporations looking to invest in a community.
Neighborhood Early Warning can be used to identify neighborhoods trending in a positive or negative direction and ultimately measure the fragility of neighborhoods over time.
Neighborhood Stabilization can be used to understand current property conditions, return blighted properties to productive use, and engage the public in neighborhood stabilization conversations.
Promote public parking
Engage the public
Land Use Outreach can be used to share development regulations, construction activity, and solicit feedback on current land cases from the public.
My Neighborhood Services can be used to share information about available facilities and services in a community.
Public Notification can be used to identify a collection of properties and create structured mailing lists of owners and occupants.
Citizen Problem Reporter can be used to solicit non-emergency problem reports (for example, blight, graffiti, trash, potholes, clogged drains, and flooding) from the general public.
School Locator can be used to share district and attendance zone boundaries with the general public.
Manage code violations
Assess environmental impact
Manage address information
Address Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of road centerlines with address ranges, valid road names, site addresses, and related mailing addresses.
Address Field Operations can be used to crowdsource missing address information from stakeholders, manage address fieldwork, and collect and verify address information while in the field.
Promote recreation opportunities
Monitor conservation easements
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.
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.