Install the toolboxes

The Data Loading, Utility Network Package, and Utility Solutions toolboxes provide tools for common workflows. These toolboxes are not shipped with ArcGIS Pro directly but they can be installed using the Package Manager by following the steps below.

Create a new project environment

To create a project environment using the Package Manager in ArcGIS Pro, complete the following steps:

  1. Start ArcGIS Pro and click Settings Settings.
  2. In the list of side tabs, click Package Manager.
  3. In the upper right corner, click the Environment Manager button Manage.
  4. Click the Clone environment button Duplicate on the row representing the environment you want to clone. Alternatively, click the Clone arcgispro-py3 button Define New Region to clone the default environment.
    Clone environment

    The Clone Environment dialog box appears.

  5. Click the Browse button and browse to a folder to store the new environment. Alternatively, click the Destination text box and edit the default name and path.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Select the newly created environment and click Refresh Refresh to update the list of available packages.
  8. Click OK to close out of the Environment Manager dialog box.
  9. Click the Active Environment drop-down menu, and select the cloned environment.

    Now a new environment has been created, you can move on to installing the tools.

Install the toolbox using the Package Manager

To install a toolbox through the Package Manager, complete the following steps:

  1. In the Package Manager, click Add Packages to see the python packages that can be installed.
  2. In the Search box, type package name to find the desired toolbox. The following packages are listed below with the toolbox they correspond to.

    Package nameToolbox name


    Data Loading toolbox

    These tools are available at ArcGIS Pro 3.1 and earlier. Current versions of the tools are included in ArcGIS Pro in the Data Management toolbox.


    Utility Network Package toolbox


    Utility Solutions toolbox

  3. Select a package and click Install.
  4. In the Install Package dialog box, review the terms and conditions and check the box to agree.
  5. Click Install to install the package.
  6. Once complete, close ArcGIS Pro.

    The toolbox is installed, and the next time you start ArcGIS Pro, you can access it from the Geoprocessing pane under the Toolboxes tab.

Install tools using the Python Command Prompt

If you are unable to install the tools using the steps in the section above, this section offers the option to use the Python Command Prompt. Follow the steps below to install the tools using the Python Command Prompt.

  1. In the Windows Start menu, browse to the ArcGIS folder.
  2. Click the drop-down menu next to ArcGIS and click Python Command Prompt to open the window.
  3. Verify that the first line of code displays the name of your cloned environment before continuing.
  4. Once confirmed, type conda install -c esri <toolname> --insecure and press Enter.

    For tool name, specify either untools, utilsolutions, or dltsolutions in the command prompt.

  5. When the installation is complete, close the Python Command Prompt and start ArcGIS Pro to confirm that the toolbox has been added.