GIS Day is scheduled for Wednesday, November 18, 2015. GIS Day is a worthwhile event for people to learn about geography and the uses of GIS. GIS Day provides an international opportunity for users of geographic information systems (GIS) technology to demonstrate real-world applications that are making a difference in our society.
City of Inglewood GIS Team Celebrates Earth Day
Saturday, April 16, 2016: The City of Inglewood GIS team celebrated Earth Day. The City acknowledged and celebrated this day to make the community aware of the importance of keeping our planet healthy, clean and vibrant.
Download The City of Inglewood's GIS brochure, which features a list of services and general information about GIS. (
GIS Brochure )
ESRIs GIS.com - Community profile report
Get a community profile report by entering a U.S. residential Zip Code. Learn more about the demographics and lifestyles of your community. For more information click here: http://www.gis.com/?interbiznet
New GIS & Map Request Form Application
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is proud to announce that the new GIS Request and Map Request application is now available online. The Information Technologies & Communications Department & GIS worked together to create an application that allows an applicant to fill out & submit their request in just two steps.
Step 1: Fill out and complete the entire request form.
Step 2: Submit the request form via web application.
Your request will then be reviewed and processed. This application was designed to efficiently manage, maintain and process GIS and Map requests. If you need guidance in filling out your request please call the Public Works Department at (310) 412-5333 and our GIS staff will be more than happy to assist you.
ADA Pedestrian Ramp Project
The approved American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan is still in process. GIS staff and Student Professionals have collected 100% of the total project asset inventory. Through the Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) process, staff has identified problematic locations in need of handicap ramps. The GIS staff has finished inspecting these problematic locations and has met with the Engineering, Transportation and Public Services Division to mitigate these locations for the upcoming Capital Improvement Projects. Using Global Position Satellites (GPS) devices to collect and document these locations enabled staff to automate the input process and assure data consistency. An interactive mapping interface is in the process of development for the purpose of maintenance, construction priorities, and to allow residents the opportunity to request new ramp locations.
The GIS Lab is now being utilized by staff. Staff continues to schedule training sessions to offer various departments the opportunity to learn GIS. A number of web-based applications have been developed that allow staff to utilize GIS for certain tasks from their existing computer stations. GIS staff is currently researching acquiring certified GIS trainer to instruct City staff in using GIS software.