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**LA County Enterprise GIS WordPress Site is Going Away – New Site Coming May 31st!**

Thank you for visiting us!

Check back for more info.

Crowd-sourced Grocery Store Reporting Tool (COVID-19 Related)

We wanted to share this tool…put out there by URISA’s GISCorps.

Since we’ve all been to grocery stores; and you know how frustrating it can be.  Give this a try and help out your neighbors too (think GasBuddy, but for grocery stores).  This application uses Survey123 and the new ArcGIS Experience Builder app from Esri.

The link below is for the grocery store reporting tool. Very simple and easy to use to collect anonymous public reports of the current status of grocery stores at a particular day/time. Questions are about things like – crowds, social distancing, product availability (a few categories), senior shopping times, etc.

Here’s the link:  https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/91aec4e72f0f4c7e9a11a4f1aca25928/

It’s a global thing – so it will work in your neighborhood.

This is for information only, and anything submitted is to help people find the resources they need…This is not for code enforcement or anything other than to share information about what is available. After you fill out a report – refresh the browser.  You don’t have to do while your there (although that might make for best results)…you can fill out when you return.

Help GISCorps put some dots on the map and help spread the word.  Share and/or comment on social media and other channels you feel comfortable with.  Thanks.

2020 GISCI Map Contest

The GIS Certification Institute is once again happy to announce their annual map contest, and for 2020, the topic and style are up to you!

The use of Esri products is encouraged, as winning maps will be displayed at the Esri User Conference Map Gallery in San Diego. Map submittals may qualify for 1 point under the Contributions to the Profession category towards your GISP certification or recertification, and this contest is a great way to showcase your cartographic and geoanalytical skills.

For more information on prizes, contest rules, specifications, and judging criteria, please visit the GISCI map contest page. The deadline for your submittal is April 30, and yes, many up and coming young professionals consider this contest a great opportunity to gain recognition and add to your resume.

Little Hoover Commission Report – Regarding GIS in the State of CA

This is from October 2019 – but needs to be posted here as well (this is important stuff).

The full report is linked below, but the THREE key points they came to were:

    • Designate a state Geographic Information Officer
    • Create a GIS Advisory Council of governmental leaders and other stakeholders
    • Use GIS to evaluate regional disparities in funding and the delivery of services

Hoover Commission GIS Report 248

This was posted on SoCal GIS last week as well – click here.

L.A. County GIS Manager Positions Re-Posted (Nov 2019)

FROM THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES (County of Los Angeles)

The Geographic Information Systems Manager I and II examinations are posted now.  Application filing will begin on Monday, November 25, 2019 at 8:00 a.m. (PT) and filing will end one Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. (PT). Please see detailed information below.

 

EXAM TITLE:         GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGER I
EXAM NUMBER:        R4417D-R
FILING TYPE:        Open Competitive Job Opportunity
SALARY:        $9,448.14 – $14,300.52 monthly
FILING START DATE: Monday, November 25, 2019 at 8:00 a.m. (PT)
FILING END DATE: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. (PT)
BULLETIN CONTACT PERSON:        Kyle Lent
klent@hr.lacounty.gov
(213) 738-2125

 

 

EXAM TITLE:         GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGER II
EXAM NUMBER:        R4418D-R
FILING TYPE:        Open Competitive Job Opportunity
SALARY:        $10,156.54 – $15,372.70 MONTHLY
FILING START DATE: Monday, November 25, 2019 at 8:00 a.m. (PT)
FILING END DATE: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. (PT)
BULLETIN CONTACT PERSON:        Kyle Lent
klent@hr.lacounty.gov
(213) 738-2125

L.A. County’s GIS Day 2019 A Big Success!

Thanks to everyone that helped make L.A. County’s GIS Day 2019 a big success!  We had over 50 booths, a map gallery, a speakers series, emergency vehicles, two GIS Day games, prizes, coffee and cookies!  Wow!  We did a lot!  Thanks again to everyone that attended…

We have posted some pictures, our speakers presentations and our apps from our App Gallery.  Take a look when you have some time.

2019 GIS Day Event  – Updates
GIS Day 2019 Pictures
GIS Day 2019 Speakers Presentations – added 11/20/2019
GIS Day 2019 App Gallery – created 11/18/2019

Hope to see you all again next year!

CalGIS 2020 Registration Opens

The California URISA Chapters and the California Geographic Information Association (CGIA) are pleased to announce that registration & sponsor opportunities are open for CalGIS 2020, taking place February 9-11, 2020 at the Hilton Long Beach. Continue reading CalGIS 2020 Registration Opens

Registration is Closed for L.A. County’s GIS Day 2019

***REVISED 11/14/19 (The day after GIS Day 2019).  We had a great event!  Pics will be up soon.  Speakers presentations will be up soon.  Links to the apps in our App Gallery will be up soon.  Thank you to our sponsors and those that attended.  ***

 

The County of Los Angeles is hosting its 12th GIS Day event on November 13, 2019 and is welcoming you to sign up for a booth, present a map, or give a presentation in our speaker series.

This year’s theme is: GIS Counts! The event is designed for county residents, students, GIS professionals, and other members of the public to learn more about:

  • How county and city governments use GIS to make better decisions;
  • Opportunities for studying GIS at local universities and colleges; and
  • How GIS technology is improving our daily lives.

LA County GIS Day will showcase more than 50 agencies and include speakers, demonstrations, GIS-equipped emergency response vehicles, map gallery, GIS games with prizes, and a GIS Day cake.

There are two ways to join in the fun – as an Attendee or Participant.

ATTENDEES:

You do not need to register to attend this free event; you may simply come and enjoy.

PARTICIPANTS:

Register to reserve a booth for your organization, make a presentation, or post maps in the gallery.

We are actively soliciting your abstracts for presentations and maps for the map gallery.

  • Booth and map gallery registration: HERE  (link not active)
  • Speaker registration: HERE (link not active)

Please visit our main GIS Day page if you need more information – HERE.

Geographic Information Systems Specialist – .NET/SQL Developer @ Los Angeles County Development Authority

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Under the supervision of the e-Services Supervisor within the Information Technology Unit, to maintain and enhance a computer-based Geographic Information System (GIS) and other assigned information systems for the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA). This position is primary responsible for creating maps and images used for community development planning, housing projects, generating reports, geocoding addresses for mapping purposes, and maintaining in-house developed systems.

Please view the job posting for complete details.

NG911 GIS Workshop Details

FREE WORKSHOP SERIES

DON’T RUN WITH SCISSORS:

You are Responsible for NG9-1-1

When: September 24th 2019 – 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

Where: 330 Olympic Drive Santa Monica, CA 90401

Click here to view the flyer!