Campbell County: A Rural Wyoming County Implements GreenCityGIS
Campbell County, Wyoming, recently listed in a popular agricultural magazine as one of the top 100 places to live in rural America, now has GTG’s latest software initiative, GreenCityGIS. Specialized for Parks and Recreation departments, GreenCityGIS offers the latest technology for efficient park management in two simple steps: park asset inventory and software solutions. Campbell County residents now have access to information about the county’s entire park system, which currently includes 15 public parks, and will be able to sort this information to find parks, trails, and facilities that align with their interests.
With Map Viewer, users can view, interpret, analyze and monitor park infrastructure with real-time views, geo-analytics and software widgets for planning and decision support. Operations Dashboard provides users with real-time park system and recreation user stats such as characteristics of park land, open space, wooded area, parking facilities and condition of park equipment. All metrics are displayed in interactive and easy to understand charts, graphs, and display maps. Field Data Collector is an easy-to-use mobile Graphic User Interface that works on tablets and smartphones, allowing users to collect photos, videos, and field notes to be converted to infrastructure data back in the office. The Citizen Awareness App provides the Campbell County Parks department the opportunity to promote, showcase and engage citizens through an online public facing application. Campbell County has deployed an innovative Storymap Solution for their celebrated Campbell County Rockpile Museum, allowing users to click on points of interest from Campbell County’s Historic Landscape and view related photos.
The application of GreenCityGIS in Campbell County positions their parks and recreation department as one of the most technologically advanced parks departments in the entire state, and further supports the community’s efforts to promote growth and tourism in Northeast Wyoming.