Get Ready for GIS Day

Geography Awareness Week/GIS Day

Mayor’s Gallery in Metro Hall
527 West Jefferson Street
Friday, November 17, 2017 
9:00 am – 12:00 noon


Come join us to learn how our community is “Discovering the World Through GIS” and applying “The Science of Where." Our program consists of some important local applications of GIS including:

9:00 am
Human Trafficking from the Dinner Table . . . Please Pass the Laptop
Chris Alldredge, LOJIC

9:30 am
Shot Spotter
Major Josh Judah, LMPD

10:00 am
Catastrophic Urban Flood Planning
John “JP” Carsone and Gary Coates, MSD

10:30 am
PVA’s use of ArcGIS Online in the Reassessment Process
Jay Mickle, Jefferson County PVA

11:00 am
Redlining Louisville: The History of Race, Class, and Real Estate
Jeana Dunlap, Develop Louisville, Metro Government

11:30 am
Water Main Break: Am I Affected?
Eric O’Neal, Louisville Water Company
 

In addition to the above presentations, we will have a diverse collection of maps on display in the foyer outside the gallery. Light refreshments will be served during breaks. Contact us for more information.


Directions to Metro Hall with TARC bus routes and nearby parking: