Looking for GIS Volunteers!
Auburn and Lewiston will be hosting the Maine State Bicentennial Parade on August 21st. The two cities will be utilizing GIS for parade line-up, real-time parade tracking, traffic management, and emergency planning/operations.
Jim Ward (Lewiston) and myself will be staffing parallel Emergency Operations Centers, which will be stood up in each city. We’re looking for a few GIS folks willing to volunteer on the day of the parade. We need assistance working with parade staff to set up mobile field applications before the parade starts, and working with Emergency Services, 911 Dispatch, and Public Works throughout the parade.
If interested, please contact either of us for further details.
Hope to see you at the parade!
Rosemary Mosher | Data, Analytics, and Visualization Specialist | City of Auburn, Maine | 207.330.0931
Jim Ward, GIS Manager/Coordinator, Public Works Department, (207) 513-3003, 3424
Rosemary Mosher | Data, Analytics, and Visualization Specialist
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City of Auburn, Maine | 207.330.0931 (Cell) | 207.333.6601 X1068
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