Public Notification is a configuration of ArcGIS Web AppBuilder that can be used by local government staff to identify a collection of properties and create mailing labels, or a structured text file, of owners and occupants. This application is typically used by planning and zoning officials, but it can be used by any agency looking to notify property owners or occupants of a formal action being taken.
A collection of properties to be notified can be generated by specifying a distance from a property boundary (buffer); selecting properties along an adjoining roadway; identifying properties within an administrative area; or drawing a specific area and identifying properties within the newly drawn area.
To deploy Public Notification with the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
To manually deploy Public Notification in your organization requires specific software.
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Public Notification can be deployed in your ArcGIS Online organization without downloading the solution. When you deploy Public Notification in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Application||Public Notification||An application used by local government staff to identify a collection of properties and create mailing labels, or a structured text file, of owners and occupants.|
|Map||Public Notification||A map used in Public Notification application to identify a collection of properties and create mailing labels, or a structured text file, of owners and occupants.|
|Feature layers||SiteAddresses||A feature layer used to site or service delivery addresses along with related mailing addresses.|
|TaxParcels||A feature layer used to store divisions of land for the sole purposes equitable taxation, combined with assessing and tax information from CAMA and Tax systems.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Public Notification.