The Fire Run Book map is used by fire personnel to author map pages using Data Driven Pages and assemble them in to a larger Fire Run Book that includes a book cover, map pages, and street index into a single document suitable for printing. These map documents can be used to create a complete fire run book for individual stations or for an entire fire district.
The Fire Run Book includes a series of map documents and tools to create a street index report and assembling your Run Book in landscape and portrait orientations.
Fire Run Book requires specific technical experience and software.
When you download the Fire Run Book, you'll find the following files:
|Application||Output Folder||A folder containing the Fire Run Book cover page and index page, and storing the final Fire Run Book.|
|MapsandGeodatabase||FireRunBook_Landscape.mxd||A map document map used to author the Fire Run Book in a landscape orientation.|
|FireRunBook_Portait.mxd||A map document map used to author the Fire Run Book in a portrait orientation.|
|FireRunBookCover_Landscape.mxd||A map document map used to author the Fire Run Book Cover in a landscape orientation.|
|FireRunBookCover_Portrait.mxd||A map document map used to author the Fire Run Book Cover in a portrait orientation.|
|StationMapIndex_Landscape.mxd||A map document map used to author the Station Map Index in a landscape orientation.|
|StationMapIndex_Portrait.mxd||A map document map used to author the Station Map Index in a portrait orientation.|
|FireRunBook_Landscape.pdf||A sample Fire Run Book landscape map book.|
|FireRunBook_Portrait.pdf||A sample Fire Run Book portrait map book.|
|LocalGovernment.tbx||A toolbox with tools for building a street index and assembling the Fire Run Book.|
|LocalGovernment.gdb||ArcGIS for Local Government geodatabase with content from the City of Naperville, Illinois.|
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