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City selected for GIS award
The City of Westminster has been selected to receive the distinguished Special Achievement in Geographic Information Systems (SAG) award from Esri, a global company that develops GIS mapping software, solutions, services, map apps and data.
This award is given to agencies around the world to recognize their outstanding work with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology.
The city stood out from more than 100,000 others during the selection process.
Being selected for this award is a very significant achievement and illustrates some of the tremendous accomplishments the city has had with GIS over the years.
The award focuses on specific successes achieved by the Public Works and Utilities Department in GIS connectivity using ArcGIS Online when in the field.
This allows field crews to gain efficiencies by always being connected to mapping data even when outside of the office.
Register to earn free prizes for reading
Kids “Dig Into Reading,” teens go “Beneath The Surface” and adults find “Groundbreaking Reads” with the Westminster Public Library Summer Reading Program. Earn prizes for reading books and participating in library-related activities from June 1-Aug. 3.
To register for the reading program visit http://www.ci.westminster.co.us/Libraries.aspx.
Free irrigation audits
The city of Westminster has a limited number of free irrigation audits available to residents. An efficient irrigation system saves water and money, while improving the health of the landscape.
An auditor will inspect the yard, soil and irrigation system, highlighting needed improvements and creating a custom watering schedule for your lawn.
This program is very popular and fills up each year. To register call 303-999-3820, ext. 217.