Update Animal Control Processes With New Technology

  • Posted On: October 06, 2015

Improve Animal Control in Your Community Even with strict guidelines and the formal processes that are involved with many governmental agencies, the way each individual employee goes about their tasks can have inconsistencies that affects an entire department. In many cases, the lack of technology can prevent a more uniform set of procedures. You may […]

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Building Code Adoption and Inspection Tends to Rise and Fall With Construction Rates

  • Posted On: September 29, 2015

Making Building Code Inspection More Affordable Can Keep Safety a Priority Building codes have long been mainly a state or regional matter. For years industry advocates have been working to realize universal adoption of national building code standards. In the past 15 years more and more states have moved toward a standardized building code model. […]

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Improve Your Public Works Image With Citizen-Focused Software

  • Posted On: September 22, 2015

Tips for Improving Customer Satisfaction With Your Public Works Processes Businesses know the importance of customer experience. Creating a positive customer experience is a vital part of continued growth and successful branding. Many local governments see the value of creating a positive customer experience. Wherever government and citizens interact – at the DMV, through public […]

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Public Works

  • Posted On: September 15, 2015
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What Happens When You Let Rental Property Building Inspections Go

  • Posted On: September 08, 2015

The Importance of Routine Building Inspections As a government official you are keenly aware of the importance of routine building inspections for the rental properties in your city. An uncertain building inspection process can mean that safety and health measures go unmet. That creates hazards for tenants and even for the neighborhood and community at […]

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Regular Foreclosure Maintenance Protects Citizens and Property Values

  • Posted On: September 01, 2015

Avoid Zombie Properties Through Steady Foreclosure Maintenance According to national housing records, around 25 percent of homes sent into foreclosure wind up abandoned by the owners well before the legal process concludes. When homes are abandoned by owners before the bank officially takes possession the properties are referred to as zombie foreclosures or zombie properties. […]

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Citizen Mobile Access is an Important Step in Government Operations

  • Posted On: August 25, 2015

States Can Reach More People for Less Cost Through Citizen Mobile Access According to Pew Research in 2014 around 58 percent of Americans owned a smartphone. Another 42 percent owned a tablet. This is how nearly 75 percent of Americans communicate – with a mobile device. Citizen mobile access is the way many states are […]

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Building Codes Have Long Been an Important Part of Public Safety

  • Posted On: August 18, 2015

Who Develops Building Codes and Why They Differ Civic leaders have been guarding the public safety through prescribed building codes and regulation for many years. Today’s building codes ensure that structures will withstand severe weather, frequent use and natural events. They also function as our best protection against the potentially disastrous results of poor workmanship. […]

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Improving Your Rental Inspection Process to Improve Safety in Your Community

  • Posted On: August 11, 2015

Proactive Rental Inspection Becomes Easier With the Proper Tools As a municipal leader you already know that keeping properties in safe and attractive condition is good for your community as a whole. Well-maintained housing protects property values and therefore tax revenue. Quality housing also contributes to a positive community atmosphere and city-wide business development, not […]

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Building Codes Are a Chief Defense Against Severe Weather

  • Posted On: August 04, 2015

Scoring State Building Codes Reveals Significant Safety Disparity Summer is a time for hot dogs, baseball, picnics and fun. It is also often a time for severe weather. Taken together, spring and summer represent a major storm season when flooding, hurricanes and tornados can threaten communities all across the nation. Such storms can cost large […]

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