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Operationalize your addresses: Improve systems and better serve the public - Shared screen with speaker view
Cecilia Levin
38:28
Is the audio cutting in and out or is it just my connection?
ilyanna kadich
38:46
ditto
Dan Miller (WA)
38:50
Yes, I think we're all getting the cutout.
John Dziurlaj
39:30
feedback
Dan Miller (WA)
39:37
Echo
Jeremy M McMullen
39:43
Echo
Jeremy M McMullen
39:53
better
ilyanna kadich
45:44
The NENA Site/Structure Address Point standard includes Postal Community as well as 911 specific fields. You are correct in that they are not always populated.
Cecilia Levin
48:28
Audio is cutting out again?
Dan Miller (WA)
48:36
We're starting to loose you on the audio.
Chris S.
48:47
You are correct the USPS only recognizes 85% of the actual addresses in the US
Chris S.
54:50
The pbKey would help organizations share data internally and externally
Chris S.
58:47
States would not need to maintain multiple address databases for each agency and build a new address database for each new project.
Nate Pinder
59:30
Sharing pbKey helps to avoid moving PII data too
ilyanna kadich
01:00:24
Who does PB consider the authoritative source for addresses?
John Dziurlaj
01:00:39
Can you store historical addresses? Like those that no long exist due to right of way changes
Vinh Ly
01:03:23
Do you geocode against parcel data?
Ralph Wieland
01:03:47
Does the pbKey identify a single point (lat/lng) or an area? How does that impact searching within a map region?
Chris S.
01:03:54
How can an organization add the pbKey to their existing address database?
Ralph Wieland
01:07:21
bot it, thanks
Ralph Wieland
01:07:24
got
Vinh Ly
01:07:52
Thanks. When you geocode against parcel data, do you treat the centroid of the parcel as an address point? how do we increase the match rates (Not all parcels have addresses associated to it)?
Neil M.
01:10:49
How do you handle locations that do NOT have an address?
Neil M.
01:11:51
A park bench for voter registration.
guob
01:12:54
Do you handle Linear Referencing Data, such as Highway 89 MP 102.5
guob
01:14:37
another example: "2.5 miles west of Chapter House, <Place Name>, <State>, <ZIP>"
guob
01:15:09
MP stands for Mile Post
guob
01:16:40
Sometimes, APN, or even lat lon is embedded as part of the address. Do you use that location info?
guob
01:18:12
Thanks!
Chris S.
01:18:15
Are these solutions available as Saas Solutions?
Neil M.
01:19:31
What is your source data for your geocoder?
guob
01:19:37
Geocoding location can "shift" over times as source data is enhanced or changed. Do you keep the history?
Neil M.
01:21:17
Any navigation data?
guob
01:22:03
Do you use PLSS (Township Range) info to locate addresses. We have seen many addresses in Arizona with PLSS in them.
Kathryn Clifton
01:25:41
How about zip code boundaries? Or can you point us to a good resource for US zip code boundaries?
Kathryn Clifton
01:27:05
Yes, please point me to that info.
guob
01:28:57
One more...
guob
01:29:42
trying to understand why USPS changes the addresses so frequently.
Bridget Nolan
01:29:48
https://www.pitneybowes.com/us/data/sdm.html
ilyanna kadich
01:29:49
According to the USPS, zip codes are routes (lines) and not polygons. It is possible to extrapolate the polygons, but they are not sourced from the USPS. Plus they can change frequently with growth of an area.
Nate Pinder
01:29:55
https://www.pitneybowes.com/us/data/sdm.html
Nate Pinder
01:30:04
tons of free samples to play with there
guob
01:30:10
I would think people would use the street signs to location streets.
guob
01:34:18
Thanks!