No one likes potholes. Aside from making the pavement unattractive, potholes could cause damage to vehicles, and existing potholes let more water get under the pavement’s sub-surface, potentially causing more damage. If you are a municipality and need a way to track problems such as potholes, GIS could be an economical solution for you.
GIS provides one of the many ways your citizens could easily report a problem area and city staff can track the status of the reported issue.
- Sanitary Sewer Problem
- Downed Trees
- Alleyway Repair
- Sidewalk Concern
- Stormwater Problem
- Traffic Sign (Missing Broken)
*Mapping points and collected data are for demo purposes only.
If you are looking for solutions to track (and thus fix) your community’s potholes or other problem areas, or to learn more about GIS solutions like this, contact our GIS Director, Micah Cutler: