Summit Panel

  • Thursday, January 30, 2014
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • MTC Oakland


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Bay Area Automated Mapping Association
January 30, 2014 8:30 AM
The Countywide Digital Parcel Layer, It’s still Early


F I R S T   S E S S I O N  (9:15 - 10:15am)

Bay Area County GIS Manager Summit

The County Parcel GIS Summit members have a lot to celebrate in their accomplishments, what they have in place now and their plans to make their parcel GIS operations ever better.


Alameda County Public Works Department (Tentative)
Rohin Saleh, GIS Coordinator

Contra Costa Information Services Department
Chris Howard, Cartographer/GIS Specialist

Marin County Marin Map
Fred Vogler, GIS Manager

City and County Department of Technology/SF Enterprise GIS Program and Open Data Services
Jeff Johnson, Manager

San Mateo County Planning and Building Department
Annie He, Information Technology Analyst

Sonoma County Information Systems Department
Shelly Bianchi-Williamson, Senior Geographic Information Technician


BREAK 1030 - 1100am


S E C O N D   S E S S I O N (11:00am - 12:00pm)

Recap of the California Supreme Court Orange County Closed Parcel GIS Decision      

Bruce Joffe, GIS Consultants

Exploration of the origins and process that lead from a citizen’s complaint about prohibitive pricing of digital parcel map data to the Attorney General’s Opinion that a parcel boundary is a public record. This opinion proved vital in the final decision by the CA Supreme Court that Orange County stop demanding $375,000 for their digital parcel map.

Digital Parcel Layer Supports Sustainable/ Equitable Communities to Reduce Carbon Footprint     

Economic & Planning Systems, Inc. Oakland California
Edward A. Sullivan, III - Senior Tech Associate

Boundary Solutions, Inc. Mill Valley, CA
Dennis H. Klein, GISP - President and CEO

Sustainable Community Strategy
Socioeconomic projections and regional growth analysis used the parcel layer in dasymetric mapping to reconcile Census 2010 pop. and housing counts with SCAG Sustainable Community Strategy.

High Speed Rail Station Area Analytics
Looks at land use, assessed valuation (AV), and tax-increment financing (TIF) potentials within one-mile radius of proposed high speed rail (HSR) stations.

Mill Valley 3MAPS Sustainable Communities Protocol
Incorporated in Mill Valley’s new Housing element these three maps, WALK, TRANSIT and SOLAR reflect scores assigned to each and every parcel to depict Sustainable Community compliance – lack of need to use a car. Demonstration of how 3MAPS can be applied to entire counties offer the promise of local government getting out of the controversial alternative housing site business. Instead, the market is enabled to reference these relative desirability maps and so the private sector and housing NGOs, not government, decide where in our cores and corridors they want to build or rebuild next.

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