As communities are addressing issues of housing affordability and supply and updating their transportation plans, comprehensive plans, and zoning ordinances, planners are using GIS-based mapping and data tools to develop plan alternatives and to engage the public in identifying, understanding and evaluating potential solutions.
This is occurring as recent technology advancements no longer require planners to be GIS experts to analyze large datasets or create data and mapping platforms the public can easily understand and use.
Date: Tuesday September 13, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Join the Maryland Department of Planning and Smart Growth Network on September 13 as Keith Cooke of ESRI outlines how a geographic-based approach to planning can help communities use GIS and GIS-based platforms effectively in their planning efforts.