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GIS On the Web (Who hides behind the GIS web maps?)

Posted By SLCo Maps
June 15, 2016

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Salt Lake County GIS Web Developers

(From left: Emily Lamunyon (Surveyor’s Office); John Kennamer (Surveyor’s Office); Jarom Zenger (Assessor’s Office); Alex Rudowski (Eng & FC); Casey Sledge (Recorder’s Office); Izabela Miller (IS). 

Izabela Miller started her career with Salt Lake County in 2006 as a GIS Specialist.  Over the years she shared her passion with other GIS professionals while building her ESRI-based GIS knowledge.  After she joined SLCo Information Services (IS) Solution Team in 2015 she became a part of a fast-growing “GIS on the Web”.  Today, one of her main responsibilities as a GIS Manager is to find ways to take GIS to the next level.

 Emily LaMunyon started at the Salt Lake County Surveyor’s Office 9 years ago as a GIS Specialist and has worked her way up to a GIS Analyst and web developer for the office. During this time she has been a part of the huge growth and recognition of GIS in the County, including web GIS, which has allowed this technology to reach more people.

 Human interaction with space and place has always fascinated GIS Specialist Alex Rudowski. As a recent addition to the Public Works Department, Rudowski is a big fan of using web-based story maps to showcase the department’s interactions with public space in both urban and natural environments.

Casey Sledge has worked for the Salt Lake County Recorder for 3 years. He’s developed applications that analyze and search property records and is working to expand the use of Web GIS across the county.

Everyone knows the Assessor’s Interactive Parcel Search but not many know who hides behind it. Jarom Zenger has been with the Salt Lake County Assessor’s Office for many years. He started working on the web application a few years back and since then this application has helped countless people find property information, becoming one of the most popular information searches in Salt Lake County.

John Kennamer started with the Surveyor’s Office 8 years ago as a field surveyor.  After he got his Professional Land Surveyor license he moved to the GIS department and works with Mark and Emily on various GIS projects, mainly city boundaries.  Today, one of John responsibilities is GIS web development.