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URBAN AND COMMUNITY FORESTRY GRANT HELPS GROW WPB TREE PROGRAM

The award from the Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program grant afforded the opportunity for the City of West Palm Beach to build upon its 27-year Tree City USA certification

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THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY ON THE WATERFRONT 'TO MOVE NORTH FOR THE WINTER' TO CURRIE PARK

Public is encouraged to “Hurry Back to Currie” for outdoor concerts, Farmer’s Market in early 2019

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WPB INNOVATIVE INFORMATION SHARING WEB APPLICATION, CREATORS RECOGNIZED BY STATE ASSOCIATION
The award is given to governmental organizations that utilize technology to improve services provided to the public.

The City of West Palm Beach Information Technology Department GIS Division has been awarded the prestigious “Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public” Achievement Award from the Florida Local Government Information Systems Association (FLGISA) at its annual conference.  The award is given to governmental organizations that utilize technology to improve services provided to the public.  The City was awarded this honor for its innovative use of a Geographic Information Systems web application to provide the public real time information related to its Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs).  The application allows for members of the public to locate CIPs on an online map and view information such as funding source, project status, project manager, budget, project schedule and photos of the project. 

  

“I am very proud of the City of West Palm Beach Information Technology Department GIS Division for achieving this recognition and for serving the public with excellence each and every day,” said West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio. “At the City, we are dedicated to improving transparency and expanding access to information, and the CIP portal created by the GIS Division does exactly that!

 

To view the CIP web application, please visit www.wpb.org, and click on the “Capital Improvement Program” button on the City home page.

“I am extremely proud of the innovative solutions developed by our GIS Team,” said Christine Brevik, City of West Palm Beach Chief Technology Officer. “Our technology teams continue to partner with our City Departments to provide useful tools and information for our citizens.  It is a great honor to be recognized by FLGISA for our innovation and service to the public.”

 

The FLGISA is an organization for CIO’s, IT managers, and technology decision makers from the state’s local government agencies. For more information about the “Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public” Award, please visit: http://www.flgisa.org/.

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