Would you believe we’re in the path of another massive snow storm? We are still digging out from the 10+ inches of snow we got last week, and they’re predicting at least that much more again! Chances are good our office will be closed again tomorrow so the Lucity team can work remotely and avoid the snowy commute.
We will still be available for support and ready to respond to your requests. The quickest lines of support while we’re out will be to send our Support Team an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a ticket directly to our Help Desk (support.lucity.com/helpdesk).
The Kansas City metro area (including Overland Park) is bracing for what promises to be one of our area’s largest winter storms, scheduled to arrive in the early hours of Thursday morning. Rather than brave the roadways and sidewalks, the Lucity team will be working remotely, from the safety of their warm homes. We will still be available for support and ready to respond to your requests. The quickest lines of support while we’re out will be to send our Support Team an email at email@example.com or submit a ticket directly to our Help Desk (support.lucity.com/helpdesk).
If you’re in the path of these storms, stay safe and warm!
Lucity 7.50 has been released and is now available for download. This release features several notable enhancements and lots of new modules available for editing in Lucity Web. Some of these new features include:
- Support for Windows 8 and Windows 2012 Server
- New Password Management
- Editing code/type picklists directly in Lucity Web
- The ability to share dashboard tabs between users
- Lucity help is now online
- New Environmental modules for tracking survey sites for insects, pests, and other vectors
- A Fleet Inspections module
- Many new modules in Storm, Sanitary, and Transportation
- New integration features for the Esri Local Government Data Model
- Many existing modules are now available for editing in Lucity Web
Follow this blog to learn about some of the enhancements available in 7.50. Check out the full release notes here.
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Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District is the cover story for the February issue of Municipal Sewer & Water. The article highlights the District’s impressive conservation efforts.
The City of Tuscaloosa was also featured in the cover story for the November issue of American City and County magazine. The article praises Mayor Walter Maddox and his team for their response to the tornado in April of 2011. Mayor Maddox was later named the publication’s 2012 Municipal Leader of the Year!
The City of Pensacola’s Admiral Mason Park has received the Florida Stormwater Association (FSA) 2012 Project Excellence Award. The FSA presents the award annually to stormwater projects which demonstrate creativity, innovation and excellence.
The Dublin San Ramon Services District received the Organizational Excellence Award from the California Association of Sanitation Agencies for its efforts in organizing the Bay Area Chemical Consortium.
The December issue of Water & Wastes Digest highlights the North Tahoe Public Utilities District’s excellent customer services efforts.
Congratulations to all of you!