Three new ArcGIS Pro styles for Emergency Management, Local Government, and State Government industries were released this week for ArcGIS Pro version 2.0.
The Emergency Management style contains symbols for critical infrastructure and emergency facilities, damage assessment, debris reporting, and preparedness and response activities.
The State Government style contains symbols for environmental and natural resources permitting; community events, parks, water access, wildlife management, election polling places, healthcare service providers, plant and animal life, restaurant inspections, water quality, and transportation assets.
The Local Government style contains symbols for election polling places, real estate transactions, community events, parks; damage assessment, right of way assets; non-emergency problem reports, catch basins, and fire hydrants.
In addition to symbols, the styles also include color schemes you can use to configure your symbols.
To add a style to your project in ArcGIS Pro:
- Ensure that you are signed in to your ArcGIS organization.
- On the View tab, in the Windows group, click Catalog to open the Catalog pane.
- In the Catalog pane, click the Portal tab, and click All Portal.
- In the Search box, type Local Government Pro Style, or State Government Pro Style, or Emergency Management Pro Style.
- Right-click on the style and choose Add Style. The style is downloaded locally and added to your project.
- In the Catalog pane, click the Project tab and expand Styles. You’ll see the downloaded style.
- You can right-click the style and click Manage to inspect the contents. The items in the style will appear in galleries as you work with ArcGIS Pro.
You can also download the Emergency Management, Local Government, and State Government styles. As well as view the Emergency Management, Local Government, and State Government symbols in each style directly from ArcGIS Online.
This is the first of many new symbols we’re developing for the Emergency Management, Local Government, and State Government communities. These new symbols will make it easier for you to produce high-quality ArcGIS maps in your organization.
If you have any feedback, you can reach us at SymbolAdvisoryBoard@esri.com. Happy mapping!
Note: These symbols are also available in ArcGIS Online in the September 2017 release, see New ArcGIS Online symbol sets blog for more information.
This post was originally published on September 11, 2017, and has been updated.