Owners of non-residential properties in Roanoke, VA can get an estimate of fees if the city's proposed storm water utility fee goes into effect. Ready?
Once it’s located, click the “Map Layers” tab, expand the “Draft Commercial Impervious Surface” and check the box to activate the layer. The impervious surface on the property will appear in yellow on the map, along with a measurement.
To estimate the fee for a parcel, divide the measurement by 500, and multiply the result by 90 cents.
In efforts to document and learn from this month's damaging flooding, the city of Boulder is asking residents and businesses to contribute to a "Community Flood Assessment" crowdsourcing map.
Using geo-located pins, community members can submit their stories or data related to the flooding, which they can also enhance with photos or videos, according to the city.
Data will be put into the public domain and used to help prep for future flooding situations. The tool? Ushahidi's Crowdmap.
The town of Granby, CT has linked maps to its assessor database. The tech? OpenLayers and Google Maps. My issue? UI is challenging and the whole app a bit, well, non-aesthetic. The comapny behind it (new to me) is Qpublic.