GIS Needs Assessment: Stormwater Utility

Client: City of Shelton

Location: Shelton, Washington

After completing a GIS needs assessment, the City of Shelton prioritized the conversion and development of their GIS-based stormwater utility dataset. We developed a scope of work that would both accomplish the city’s conversion goals and integrate with their existing long-term GIS program goals.

We began with spatial data organization including:

  • Compilation, conversion, and standardization of city and county datasets
  • Acquisition, conversion, and standardization of stormwater network features from AutoCAD to ArcGIS
  • Standardization of stormwater features to a common coordinate system
  • Development of an appropriate stormwater model for continued management of stormwater infrastructure

Additionally, we developed a custom web map application to allow secure access to spatial datasets. The app allows city users to interact with GIS datasets, edit stormwater layers, and query and print maps. On-call support was provided in addition to for city staff members.

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Tyler Vick

Director of Strategy

(503) 501-5232

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