I would like to know how others handle city zoning changes and track those changes over time and if they are using the Local Government Information Model or not.
I have been working for the Planning Division of the City of Roseville, California, for several months now, and my responsibilities include updating the City Zoning. The existing policy has been to not track City Zoning changes over time directly through GIS. While the Zoning has been in SDE for many years, the transaction history was never implemented for it. Instead, paper records (maps and documents) are retained of the previous Zoning.
I'm not sure if the Local Government Information Model is being used. Roseville was an early adopter of enterprise GIS, so probably got set up before the LGIM was compiled.
Chris Donohue, GISP
Try asking in the Local Government space and the Land Records group. There's bound to be people tracking zoning who may have some insight.
Local Government - https://community.esri.com/community/government/local
Land Records - https://community.esri.com/groups/land-records
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