Code Enforcement

Code Enforcement

View from up high of a snowy town street. Truckee, CA uses GIS.

Truckee, CA Implements GIS

California Town Implements GIS.

Busy street of The City of Bozeman, Montana at night from an aerial view. The City uses GIS for land records.

Bozeman, MT: GIS for Land Records

“Most Livable” Montana City Implements the Esri Parcel Fabric.

Close up of apartment buildings in Columbus Consolidated Government, Georgia. The City uses GIS for Land records and parcel fabric.

Georgia City uses Esri’s Parcel Fabric

Preserving Parcel Data with Progressive Technology

A bridge connected to a gazebo at the City of Hoover, AL. The City turned to GTG for help with GIS database design.

Hoover, Alabama: Database Design

Database design and server architecture.

Classic old blue car covered in leaves, soon to be reported by Code Enforcement.

Code Enforcement Departments are in charge of administering regulations as they pertain to nuisances, junked vehicles, unsightly lots, overgrown grass and weeds, sign violations and general yard waste, and more. Effective code enforcement preserves community aesthetics and enhances property values. There are many GIS tools that enable building officials to respond proactively and prevent neighborhood deterioration. From updating databases in the field to quickly generating maps and reports for presentations to community groups and elected officials, Geographic Information Systems assist building officials with maintaining and improving the quality of communities through efficient and reputable code enforcement.