TLCGIS is a great place to work, to grow, and to serve the public and we're proud of the recognition we’ve received. Here's a glimpse at some of our recent accomplishments.
Winners of the 2023 Digital Counties Survey for populations of 250,000-499,999 due to the development of a virtual fly-through map of the cross-country course at Apalachee Regional Park; creation the TLCGIS Data Dictionary; and improving situational awareness of first responders via the Capital Region Real Time Crime Center.
User Story: Leon County Supports Local Businesses during COVID-19 Pandemic by using maps and apps to provide an authoritative view of locations open for takeout, delivery, drive-through, and curbside pickup.
User Story: Improving Hurricane Response and Recovery with GIS. When a storm is on the way, geographic information system (GIS) technology is an invaluable tool for the county's emergency management personnel in alerting citizens.
The Tallahassee-Leon County Geographic Information Systems (TLCGIS) team was recognized for their hard work in providing geospatial services and coordination before, during and after a disaster. THIS AWARD IS GIVEN FOR RECOGNIZING IT INNOVATION & BUSINESS VALUE.
GIS has helped the area prepare and respond in a highly effective manner after two powerful hurricanes in the last two years. In particular, Leon County stood up a powerful incident management system centered around GIS .
Leon County Emergency Management, in conjunction with Tallahassee-Leon County Geographic Information Systems were called on to provide mapping and logistical support to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) for the Governor’s Inauguration.
This award is given to user sites around the world to recognize outstanding work with GIS technology.
In 2015, Tallahassee-Leon County Geographic Information Systems (TLCGIS) conducted a comprehensive overhaul of its public-facing website.
“We wanted to impress upon the viewer that a lot of thought and energy went into each project,” Cavell said. “The Story Map application represented the perfect blend of narrative and analytics.”