Are you looking to implement a GIS program, increase your current GIS capacity, or better leverage GIS technology?
We’ll work with your staff to develop and implement a logical plan that suits your level of experience to maximize existing tools, data, and geospatial assets.
Leveraging spatial technology saves time and money, increases efficiency, and provides you with the ability to make more informed decisions. Whether you are implementing GIS from scratch or looking to expand your existing systems, we can help you establish programs and build capacity to better serve your departments and the public.
By fully utilizing GIS, you’ll be able to effectively communicate spatial ideas and provide key decision-makers the tools they need. This can have the added benefit of improving transparency while allowing you to operate more effectively.
Benefits of GIS for Government:
- Manage critical assets
- Increase efficiency
- More informed decision making
- Streamline workflows
- Promote communication and collaboration
Questions about GIS for government? We’re here to help. Contact us to find out what we can do for you today.
We partner with the Association of Washington Cities for the GIS Consortium to bring affordable GIS services to cities across the state of Washington. Click here to learn more about how your city can leverage the power of GIS.
What we do
- Public Works
- Water, Sewer and Storm Utilities
- Planning and Development
- Land Records
- GIS Program Development
- Collaboration and Citizen Engagement
GIS is critical to a public works department’s ability to effectively and efficiently manage its city’s assets. It also serves as a mechanism to capture institutional knowledge from an aging workforce. We can help your City fully implement its GIS across all of its public work’s needs, leading to increased efficiency and a greater ROI.
Water, Sewer and Storm Utilities
FLO is familiar with the day-to-day tasks and long-term planning needs of your utility and can provide a GIS that best serves your needs: be it inventory development; providing field staff with access to utility information and digital inspection forms; or systems integration with O&M software. We can help your staff better manage critical assets.
Planning and Development
We offer services to help your City’s planning and development department do its work more effectively. We can help you engage the community in your growth management plans, promote business diversity, and attract talented citizens. Need assistance with a specialized analysis project? We can help with that too.
Managing your communities land records is critical. We can help your City implement and streamline processes to manage an accurate inventory of real property; and setup processes to help you analyze land value and associated improvements, describe who owns the land, and convey land-use and zoning regulations.
GIS Program Development
Spend more time focused on your work and less time trying to figure out GIS software. Whether you need a little or a lot of GIS assistance we can help you with everything from being an on-call resource for any of your mapping or data needs, to helping your organization develop an implementation strategy for ramping up or creating your GIS program.
Collaboration and Citizen Engagement
GIS can be a power tool to facilitate communication between citizens and your government. New cloud-based tools provide an efficient and low-cost way to deploy an online mapping platform that promotes collaboration within and across your city’s departments. This same platform can be utilized to engage your community.
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GIS is an integral tool for cities. It enables efficient and effective planning and implementation across all city departments. GIS tools can engage and empower citizens, improving the relationship between local government and the...Grant Herbert
Are you a GIS professional? Join us at the 25th Annual GIS In Action Conference on April 17 and 18, where Grant Herbert, FLO’s Senior GIS Analyst/Developer, will present during the Python learning session. Grant's talk will introduce...Leora Werner