Use these geodesign and planning tools to enhance community and urban planning practices.
Connectivity? Equitable access to green space? Development of mixed-use projects? While all of these facets play an important role, location is at the center of all community and urban planning practices. Planners are advancing beyond traditional processes and workflows to develop policy and design communities that reflect residents' needs. Esri is the leader in GIS software and pioneers smart city technology that helps planning professionals determine how, where, and when their designs can have the greatest impact to create vibrant cities and regions.
Georgetown University offers a master's degree in urban and regional planning that has GIS technology at the core of its curriculum.
Request help from Esri’s education team to add GIS to your planning and design courses and research.