ArcGIS for Local Gov Sept Release

ESRI has shipped the ArcGIS for Local Government September release.  The release includes new solution offerings and a series of enhancements to existing solutions: 

  • The first release of Adopta, a configuration of ArcGIS Online and Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS that can be used by government agencies and other organizations to engage the public in the operations and maintenance of natural and man-made assets.
  • The first release of Parcel Drafter, a configuration of ArcGIS Online and Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS that can be used by mapping technicians to enter metes-and-bounds descriptions from deeds and recorded documents and check for closure errors.
  • A new configuration of Plans and Drawings that uses Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS and it can now be configured in ArcGIS Online without downloading the solution.
  • A new configuration of Public Parking that uses Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS and it can now be configured in ArcGIS Online without downloading the solution.
  • The Capital Project Planning solution includes a new configuration of the External Agency Projects application that uses Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS.
  • Removed Jurisdiction layer from all Public Safety Incident Maps map documents.
  • A series of enhancements to the Crash Analysis tools.
  • A series of enhancements to the Data Reviewer for Addresses, Data Reviewer for Basemaps, and Data Reviewer for Tax Parcels batch jobs.
  • A series of enhancements to the Executive Dashboard application.
  • A series of enhancements to the Local Government Scenes.
  • The Deed Drafter application has been moved to Mature Support and replaced with a new Parcel Drafter application that leverages ArcGIS Online and Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS.
  • A series of enhancements to the Crowdsource Reporter and Crowdsource Manager web application templates.
  • A series of enhancements to the NearMe and DistrictLookup Web AppBuilder widgets.
  • A series of enhancements to the ArcGIS for Local Government solution site.

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