Neighborhood Early Warning is a configuration of ArcGIS Pro that can be used by data analysts to identify neighborhoods trending in a positive, or negative, direction and ultimately measure the fragility of neighborhoods over time.
Neighborhood Early Warning leverages authoritative data and uses indicators (for example, blight violations, demolitions, crime, utility shutoffs, sales, rental units) to compute a neighborhood change index. The resulting index can be used as a foundation for public education and awareness campaigns, operational improvements, and policy discussions across an entire community.
To deploy Neighborhood Early Warning with the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
Solution deployment and map authoring
When you download Neighborhood Early Warning, you'll find the following files:
|ArcGIS Pro project||NeighborhoodEarlyWarning.ppkx||An ArcGIS Pro project package used by data analysts to identify neighborhoods trending in a positive, or negative, direction and ultimately measure their fragility over time.|
|Feature layer||Neighborhood Early Warning||Neighborhood Early Warning is a configuration of ArcGIS that can be used by local government staff to monitor and support fragile neighborhoods.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Neighborhood Early Warning.