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2010 Spring Planner’s Use of Land Information
 

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    2010 Spring Planner’s Use of Land Information 2010 Spring Planner’s Use of Land Information Presentation Transcript

    • PLANNER’S USE OF LAND INFORMATION Results from a Wisconsin American Planning Association Survey Anna Haines, Ph.D. Center for Land Use Education Member of the WAPA Board
    • SURVEY
      • Sent to WAPA listserv
      • About 500 people
      • 86 responded
      • ~20% response rate
    • EMPLOYMENT
    • PLANNING AND ZONING OFFICE?
    • DO YOU USE AVAILABLE LAND INFORMATION DATA?
    • WHY DON’T YOU USE AVAILABLE LI DATA?
    • OTHER
      • Awareness, Availability, Accessibility (10)
        • Unaware or barely aware of program (6)
        • Don't know how to access (2);
        • don't know what's available (2);
      • Reliance on GIS professionals (2)
      • Usefulness (2)
      • Nominal Fee Only (1)
      • Developing LI (1)
    • WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR LI DATA?
    • OTHER
      • City/Local (20)
      • Federal (4)
        • Census, NRCS, USGS
      • University (2)
      • Other
        • Non-profit, utility, consultants, commercial, private, web.
    • HOW OFTEN DO YOU USE LAND INFORMATION?
    • FOR WHAT PURPOSES DO YOU USE LAND INFORMATION?
    • OTHER
      • Regulation (3)
      • Reports
      • Plan information
      • Analysis
      • Policy formation
      • Application development
      • Property addressing
      • Land use coding
      • Education
    • WHICH TYPES OF PLANS?
    • OTHER
      • Transportation (6)
      • Economic development
      • Hazard mitigation/emergency management/risk analysis
      • Housing
      • Conservation
        • Corridor
        • Forest
        • Wildfire
        • Green infrastructure
        • Watershed
      • BID/TID
      • Zoning
      • Statewide
    • WHAT TYPES OF LI DATA IS NOT AVAILABLE THAT YOU WISH YOU HAD?
      • Specific Types of Data
        • Parcel data
          • Statewide and local
        • Wetlands/floodplain
          • Updated, more accurate/exact
        • Elevation data and LIDAR
        • Buildings/structures
        • Assessment data
        • 3D data
        • Addressing
        • Local roads
        • Population densities
        • Actual photos
        • Environmental data
    • WHAT TYPES OF LI DATA IS NOT AVAILABLE THAT YOU WISH YOU HAD?
      • General
        • Free (all state data)
        • Available
          • Across county lines
          • Downloadable
        • Timely
        • Aggregated
          • Coverages that span multiple jurisdictional boundaries
        • Standardized
          • Uniform, minimum standards
        • Well-documented
        • Well-maintained
        • Accessible over time for trend analysis
        • Data categories referenced in the comprehensive planning should be readily available.
    • HOW CAN WLIP BE IMPROVED?
      • Vision for WLIP
      • Access
        • Free information
      • Standards
        • Develop and implement statewide standards
        • Consistency between counties
      • Maintenance
        • Develop statewide, shared data custodianship
      • Sharing
        • Enable data sharing across jurisdictions
        • Data distribution policy
        • Needs to include local governments beyond counties
      • Funding
        • Return funding to WLIP
        • Audit of funding use
      • Create
        • Statewide data layers
          • Parcel
      • What program?
    • RECOMMENDATIONS/CONCLUSIONS
      • Need for more marketing
      • Need to address state-wide
        • Standards
        • Maintenance
        • Accessibility
        • Cost
      • Need to create statewide data
        • Parcels