What is UrbanFootprint?
UrbanFootprint is a web-based software platform built to help planners and policy makers determine the best scenarios and outcomes for their communities. It makes comprehensive data, alternative development tools, and analytical models accessible to public and private sector planners and designers.
Beginning in April 2018, the State of California will be partnering with UrbanFootprint to provide the latest version of the platform to California jurisdictions free-of-charge.
Interested in participating in UrbanFootprint’s California Civic program?
Open Source Version
Version 1.5 of UrbanFootprint remains available and free for public use. The resources below provide information about the staff expertise and data necessary to benefit from this version of the software. For more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Data Needs: Base Variables Documents
- Personnel Needs
- User Guide
- Technical Summary
- UrbanFootprint Video
- Download Version 1.5
UrbanFootprint California Public Health Module (CPHAM)
Technical Workshop Meeting Materials, September 19, 2017
- Technical Day Agenda
- Spatially Predicting Disease: An Application of the California Public Health Assessment Model (CPHAM) to Madison, Wisconsin’s Regional Transportation Plan
- Applying the California Public Health Assessment Model (CPHAM) to the Sacramento Area Council of Governments’ (SACOG) Regional Transportation Plan
- Technical Day Minutes