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October 28, 2019

Solara Concepts now provides Comprehensive Floodplain Vulnerability Assessments for municipalities:

  • FEMA Insurance Risk Maps (FIRMS) are no longer adequate to protect communities from increased flooding. Many vulnerable areas not mapped.
  • Cost: Flood damage has almost doubled since the 1990s
  • Solara Concepts provides Comprehensive Floodplain Vulnerability Assessments through GIS modeling and Community Collaboration
  • The result: lower flood insurance rates, better community preparation and peace of mind

Solara Concepts Services:

  • CRS Quick Check
  • High-resolution Floodplain Mapping
  • Flood Data Maintenance
  • Floodplain Management Planning
  • Online Map Information Service
  • Mobile Services
  • Public Outreach & Elevation Certificates
  • Warning and Response

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September 2, 2019

The Problem

  • In support of efficient land and water management, local governments and community stakeholders have the challenge of managing, analyzing, sharing and visualizing large amounts of geospatial data.
  • Most municipalities have finite resources for maintaining and utilizing such data.
  • Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) saves money, improves productivity and data accessibility.

The Solution

  • Solara Concepts supports and augments your organization with affordable, agile GIS services.
  • We assess your needs and provide customized GIS solutions through training, consulting, analysis and mapping services.
  • We specialize in developing interactive online & mobile applications and 3-D visualization.
  • Great GIS data analysis and mapping supports great decision-making!

Solara Concepts Supports Local Government through GIS via:

  • Land use analysis and zoning
  • Public safety applications, e.g., 911 support
  • Disaster response, evacuation planning
  • Comprehensive Floodplain Vulnerability Assessment - coming in October!
  • Property assessment/management
  • Parcel management
  • Asset management
  • Water, sewer, and roadway infrastructure
  • Public information applications
  • Many more!

The Genesee River Basin Sediment and Nutrient Reduction Plan final report was completed at Genesee RiverWatch in August of 2018. Please see the report and story map that illustrates some of our work.