Manage our most precious resource.

Our water supply is finite. From areas of abundance to places struck with drought, ensuring access to a clean, reliable source of water is critical. With Esri technology, you can protect water supplies and their integrity by understanding how human behaviors impact the natural system. Document water sources and quantify their capacity based on current and historic data. Then share the story of the water system through engaging maps so everyone can see how today’s actions affect tomorrow’s water system.

"GIS sets public policy for everything we do."

Steve Dicks, Information Technology Bureau Chief, Southwest Florida Water Management District

Esri User Conference


Join us in San Diego, California, to meet, collaborate, learn, and from other water resources professionals at the Esri User Conference. We have many activities planned just for you. See you there!



Flood and Water Supply Maps Make Floridians Waterwise

The Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) oversees water resources from Orlando to the Florida Keys. Esri technology helps the district understand the region's hydrology. Flood inundation impacts infrastructure, property, and water quality. Learn how SWFMD is leveraging the Esri platform to be waterwise.
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Meeting NPDES Requirements with Survey123

The NPDES permit program is responsible for regulating the discharge of pollutants into the waters of the United States. Beginning in 2016, the California State Water Resources Control Board required that systems not covered by a municipal separate storm sewer system permit apply for a newly implemented, statewide NPDES permit. To help comply with this Atascadero Mutual Water Company implemented Survey123.
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Franklin County Saves Resources during Flood Recovery

After several areas of the city sustained substantial damage from floodwaters, Franklin County used mobile GIS technology on smartphones to assess and track those damages. Read more

Australia Develops a National Groundwater Information System

The Council of Australian Governments uses an integrated GIS platform to develop a more cohesive national approach to managing water resources across the nation. Read more



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Stay in touch with others in the water resources industry who are interested in GIS. Join the conversation at GeoNet. Connect with other water resources professionals on LinkedIn.

World Environmental and Water Resources Congress

May 21 – 25, 2017
Sacramento, California


August 27 – 31, 2017
Bellevue, Washington

IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Water Malaysia Exhibition

September 11 – 13, 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

AWRA Annual Conference

November 5 – 9, 2017
Portland, OR

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