Keep Your Projects Moving and Meaningfully Engage with Your Community Using ArcGIS Hub

Gathering feedback and getting buy-in on your current projects and initiatives can sometimes be challenging. What if there were new cloud-based tools you could use to create meaningful digital engagement spaces? Join us as we share real world stories about how DOTs, regional planning agencies, and other government departments and organizations are engaging their communities by creating one-stop destination websites using ArcGIS Hub. Hub sites help organizations work more effectively with their communities by providing citizens and stakeholders a place to learn about current projects, engage interactive maps and dashboards, review plans, and see pictures and videos. Community members can also provide feedback and register for upcoming meetings and events. See how these agencies are taking the engagement even further by creating collaborative teams inside the hub that share data and co-create, and plan together.

In this webinar you will learn how to:

  • Provide a central location for community-wide information sharing
  • Manage community engagement and collaboration on initiatives and projects
  • Enable data and app sharing to specific audiences and teams
  • Allow collaborators to participate and contribute feedback and content


Harshitha Dondapati, ArcGIS Hub Product Manager, Esri

Maria Jordan, ArcGIS Hub Product Marketing, Esri

Who should attend? State and Local government department managers and directors, GIS Managers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Data Officers, Geographic Information Officers, Communications Officers, Public Information Officers, Architecture Engineering and Construction Project Managers and Engineers

About Esri

Esri is the global market leader in GIS. It builds ArcGIS, the world’s most powerful mapping & spatial analytics software. ArcGIS software and apps combine mapping and data analytics to deliver location intelligence and meet digital transformation needs for organizations of all sizes.


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