Install the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox

The Utility Network Package Tools toolbox is a Python toolbox that includes tools to automate the creation and configuration of a utility network. Although the toolbox is not included with ArcGIS Pro, you can install it using the Python Package Manager.

Create a Python project environment

To create a Python project environment using the Python Package Manager in ArcGIS Pro, complete the following steps:

  1. Start ArcGIS Pro and create or open a project.
  2. On the Project tab, click Python to access the Python Package Manager.
  3. Under Project Environment, click Manage Environments.
  4. Click Clone Default Clone to clone your default environment.
    Create a Python environment
  5. Click the Active button for the new environment, and click Close.
    Activate a new Python environment
  6. Restart ArcGIS Pro to allow your environment changes to take effect.

Install the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox using the Python Package Manager

To install the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox using the Python Package Manager, complete the following steps:

  1. In the Python Package Manager, click Add Packages to see the Python packages available for installation.
  2. Click Refresh Refresh to update the list of available packages.
  3. In the Search box, type untools to find the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox.
  4. Select the untools package and click the drop-down arrow to update the version.
  5. Click Install to open the Install Package dialog box.
  6. Review the terms and conditions and check the check box to agree.
  7. Click Install to install the package.
  8. Once complete, close ArcGIS Pro.

    The Utility Network Package Tools toolbox is installed, and the next time you start ArcGIS Pro, you can access it from the geoprocessing toolboxes.

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