City of Livonia, MI | Cityworks Implementation

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City of Livonia, Wayne County, MI

With a population of just under 100,000, the City of Livonia is the 9th largest municipality in Michigan.  This large suburb is one of Michigan’s 50 top safest cities as they maintain a strong emphasis on public safety.  It is centrally located with easy freeway access to much of the metropolitan Detroit area.  Livonia offers an array of traditional neighborhoods, great schools, public services, and a large, vibrant community.

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City of Livonia Selects Cityworks Online AMS

Livonia’s Public Service Department maintains parks, roadways, water mains, and most of the storm and sanitary sewer sewer main lines within the City, the City’s fleet of vehicles and equipment and the city’s buildings and facilities.   Other services include planting, trimming and removing trees on rights of way, maintenance of street & traffic control signs on city maintained streets, and animal control services.

In 2016, the City selected our team to design and implement Cityworks Online AMS throughout the organization.

Livonia awarded SAW Grant

In 2014, the city was awarded a State of Michigan Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater (SAW) Grant to develop a wastewater asset management plan. This state-wide program included the allocation of $450 million focusing on the development of an asset management system/plan for communities critical stormwater and wastewater infrastructure. A key component of the grant was the acquisition  of an asset management software platform to manage operational costs, existing condition assessment, and a complete rate study & analysis.

City of Livonia Selects Cityworks Online AMS

The city selected our team to lead the design and implementation of Cityworks Online AMS throughout the entire organization.  This project included the complete inclusion for all of the Public Service Department operations including parks, roadways, water mains, storm water, sanitary sewer, fleet, equipment, materials, and the city owned buildings and facilities.   Additional integrations included planting, trimming and removing trees on rights of way, maintenance of street & traffic control signs on city maintained streets, and animal control services.

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