Hey everyone,

I am trying to find the area served by a point location (roughly 29 points) based on a population layer. These points are facilities that serve the population during an outbreak event - they each have a max population served field. I need to create districts or boundaries around each facility showing the public where they should go durning an outbreak. Using a Census Block layer, what is the best way to achieve this goal? I'm assuming Location-Allocation?

Edit: Distance from point would be considered a cost. Want to find a boundary closest to the facility representing the maximum population allowed .

Thanks,

Jesse Hopkins

I am trying to find the area served by a point location (roughly 29 points) based on a population layer. These points are facilities that serve the population during an outbreak event - they each have a max population served field. I need to create districts or boundaries around each facility showing the public where they should go durning an outbreak. Using a Census Block layer, what is the best way to achieve this goal? I'm assuming Location-Allocation?

Edit: Distance from point would be considered a cost. Want to find a boundary closest to the facility representing the maximum population allowed .

Thanks,

Jesse Hopkins

http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.2/#/Location_allocation_analysis/004700000050000000/

Jay Sandhu