Building Inspection Software Can Improve Performance

  • Posted On: October 28, 2014

The inspection checklist property owners dread is long and full of roadblocks that can be intimidating. They aren’t set up to be a hassle, but to keep the people in and around the structure safe at all times. What most people don’t consider is that this checklist can also be confusing for the building inspection […]

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Code Enforcement Software Eases Community Graffiti Problems

  • Posted On: October 24, 2014

What is art to some is an eyesore to others. Since art is largely a matter of taste, it’s easy to see how public art installations can inspire a wealth of controversy within communities. However, most can agree that canvas that some spray paint “artists” use is highly inappropriate. We’re talking about graffiti that finds […]

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Put an End to Slow Inspection Officer Workflow with Modern Technology

  • Posted On: October 21, 2014

Cities become light on resources when natural disasters strike. Look no further than to Napa, CA, which was hit by an earthquake in August causing a backlog of building inspections. Even when things are going as planned, inspection officer requests can get out of hand fairly quickly, especially in communities that have a mixture of […]

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Public Works Software Assists in Plotting Efficiencies

  • Posted On: October 17, 2014

America is a fairly new country when you consider the histories of other countries that date back thousands of years. However, there are a number of cemeteries that are old enough that no close relatives of those buried there are still around today. These are the cemeteries that fall to neglect and become inaccessible. If […]

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Getting the Community Involved: Citizen Mobile Access

  • Posted On: October 14, 2014

Municipalities that look to their citizens to get involved in making the community a more livable place are embracing technology to assist in their efforts. While enforcement should include fines for people who violate city ordinances, equally important are the efforts made to bring area residents into the mix as part of the solution. One […]

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Community Development Efforts Improved with Technology

  • Posted On: October 10, 2014

Cities large and small strive to improve their communities. Too often, blight stands in the way. Blight takes many forms, but code enforcement departments do everything they can to keep blight at bay. Communities that have taken on more advanced technology are finding their battle with community development issues far less cumbersome. There are many […]

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Animal Control Issues a Problem in Your Community?

  • Posted On: October 07, 2014

Choose the Right Software Solution to Get it Under Control   Owning a pet isn’t cheap. Americans spend around $56 billion a year on their beloved furry friends and municipalities spend a large amount managing stray and aggressive animals. While we are a society that dotes on our dogs and cats, animal control issues become […]

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City Code Software Brings Efficiencies to Code Enforcement Work

  • Posted On: October 03, 2014

The communities that thrive are ones focusing on integrity, values and preservation. Furthermore, communities that can steer clear of nuisance issues and safety hazards are better able to achieve their goals. Code enforcement is a vital part of this process. Unfortunately, there are obstacles that come into play that can make goals seemingly unobtainable. For […]

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Citizen Mobile Access Improves Code Enforcement

  • Posted On: September 30, 2014

Most people are reluctant to embrace change. When it comes to altering technology in the workplace, change can be the catalyst for major complaints. This is why people behind IT processes need to be very delicate and tactful when introducing a change to the system, as government workers know it. Fortunately, when it comes to […]

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Rental Inspection Checklists Don’t Have to be Daunting

  • Posted On: September 26, 2014

College towns are almost always packed with rental houses that students call home during their tenure at the local university. Some landlords are better than others, which mean a percentage of these homes are going to be in worse shape than others. These homes, regardless of how willing a college student might be to live […]

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