• URISA Digest

    Catch up with all of the activities and opportunities in the latest URISA Digest!
  • Current Issue of The GIS Professional

    Latest issue of THE GIS Professional includes an overview of #GISPro2021 and Brent Jones first column as URISA President. 
  • Amazon Smile

    With no effort, URISA received about $30 during Q2 from Amazon Smile. When you shop for anything on Amazon, make sure you select the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association as your preferred charity!
  • Redistricting Guide

    Get your copy of this important new publication from URISA. Redistricting: A Guide for the GIS Community. 

    Fantastic publication authored by Mark Salling and Blake Esselstyn. 

  • New Issue of The GIS Professional

    Lots of great content. Thanks to all who contributed articles!
  • GISCorps Project Updates

    Review the latest news and accomplishments from GISCorps.

  • URISA Digest: May 2021

    Latest news and professional development opportunities from URISA.
  • URISA Digest: April 2021

    Distributed this morning. Read at your leisure for lots of updates and opportunities.
  • The GIS Professional

    March/April Issue distributed.
  • URISA Podcast

    Latest URISA Vanguard Cabinet and Directions Magazine podcast released.
  • COVID-19 Tech & GIS After Action Report & Improvement Plan

    Take some time to review the COVID-19 Tech & GIS After Action Report & Improvement Plan, produced collaboratively by the NAPSG Foundation, NSGIC, and URISA.

    COVID-19 Tech & GIS After Action Report (AAR) & Improvement Plan

  • Zillow Keynote

    Looking forward to the keynote address at #GISValTech 2021 featuring Andy Krause from Zillow.
    Machine Learning and Spatial Thinking: Getting More from Valuation Models
    Advances in machine learning offer incredible potential for producing more accurate and timely real estate valuations. By allowing models to learn the complex non-linearities inherent in the market, human valuers are able to focus on the more interesting, and often more important, components of the valuation profession: Uncertainty, Interpretability and Fairness. Spatial data, models and evaluation are at the heart of innovation across these three higher level functions. Combining machine learning with rigorous spatial thinking and processes is the key to ensuring that valuations (and valuers) are best serving the needs of their constituents, customers and core business functions.
    Andy Krause, Manager, Applied Science,
    Learn more and register today:
  • Subscription to xyHt Magazine

    Interested in a free subscription to xyHt magazine? Fill out this form for URISA members only!
  • Learn about the URISA Mentoring Network

    Mentors and Mentees Wanted
  • GIS/Valuation Technologies Conference

    Program details are posted and registration is open for the 2021 GIS/Valuation Technologies Conference which will take place virtually in late March. Check it out and register soon! Sponsorship info coming soon. 
  • Dues Renewal

    If you have not yet renewed your membership dues for 2021, please try to take care of it soon. It's easy to do online.
  • January Digest

    Was distributed via email to members earlier today. Be sure to check out all of the education, resources, and opportunities!
  • Partner Events

    Just a reminder that several URISA partners host webinars regularly. Many are posted in the event calendar.
  • Volunteer Needed

    Interested in sharing your knowledge in the URISA Managing GIS column in Esri's ArcNews? The spring 2021 column is due in about a month. Ping me for details and your article idea (
  • URISA Gear

    Need to refresh your wardrobe in 2021? Pick up a URISA logo shirt. Will try to add some more items in the coming months!
  • December Member Webinar

    If you're available on December 16, grab a seat at this free webinar for URISA members taught by Tim Nolan and moderated by Tom Fisher.

    Experimental Learning Techniques to be More Effective
  • New Community: Business Collaboration

    This community will allow our many partners and members in the private sector (from one-person consulting firms to global corporations with 1000s of employees and multiple locations) an opportunity to share ideas and lessons learned regarding business development, staffing, administration, trend-spotting, and much more.

    Contribute to the Discussion!