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    Paulo Fernandes
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    Question Address Range Maintenance

    Hi all,

    I am currently working on the Address Range for the street centerlines for the city where I work and I need to verify that all of the features are up to date. The problem is the city has 15k+ features under the centerline feature class, and each of them has 4 fields that need to be checked (Left From, Left To, Right From, Right To). I have been looking for a Model or a Script that does that automatically but I have not been able to find anything. Not just for this occasion but I think for the future, since these address are always changing, and a lot of times organizations don't have the time and manpower to keep updating it, a model would come in handy to update these fields. Since geocoding is used a lot by many agencies, it is important to have the most up to date information. If anyone knows of a model/script or has any ideas you would like to share, I'd really appreciate it. I do not know any python but I took some of the tutorials available and did some research and I am trying to work on this on my own so any help would be great! If anyone is interested in this also please contact me. My idea so far is having a buffer around the centerline that selects the parcels adjacent to the centerline, then extracting the parcel numbers creating a list, and I have a code to separate odds and even numbers for the left and right sides, and a code to select the smallest(from) and the highest(to) number. Let me know if anyone has any ideas about this.

    PS: I am aware of point addresses and our city currently have those. But they still want to have address ranges because the point ranges are based on our parcels that come from the county database, and they are not all correct. So basically the address range is a backup plan.

    v/r

    Thank you.

    Paulo C. Fernandes Jr.
    MIS GIS Analyst
    City of Sunrise, Florida
    pfernandes@sunrisefl.gov

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    Bruce Harold

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    Hello Paulo

    Please see this tool for detecting errors in address ranges:

    http://resources.arcgis.com/gallery/...C-098400376B88

    We also have a sample tool that can create address range values from address points alongside street centerlines; this tool requires the Data Interoperability extension, let me know if that is of interest.

    Regards
    Last edited by bruce_harold; 04-23-2012 at 08:10 AM.
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    Paulo Fernandes
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    Default Re: Address Range Maintenance

    Thanks Bruce! I will take a look at these and get back to you!

    Paulo C. Fernandes Jr.
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    City of Sunrise

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    Default Re: Address Range Maintenance

    Quote Originally Posted by bruce_harold View Post
    Hello Paulo

    Please see this tool for detecting errors in address ranges:

    http://resources.arcgis.com/gallery/...C-098400376B88

    We also have a sample tool that can create address range values from address points alongside street centerlines; this tool requires the Data Interoperability extension, let me know if that is of interest.

    Regards
    Hi Bruce,
    Can you share a link to the second tool you referenced here-"adding ranges to centerlines"? Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MapIT View Post
    Hi Bruce,
    Can you share a link to the second tool you referenced here-"adding ranges to centerlines"? Thanks,
    I think Bruce is talking about this....
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    Bruce Harold

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    Hi Joe, Paulo

    I was actually meaning the attached TBX containing a Spatial ETL tool. It is kind of advanced and may take some tweaking to get it right for your own data (it will be sensitive to coordinate system units, metres or feet etc). I touched the tool with 10.1 too so you may need that to open it. If you can't go there email me at bharold@esri.com and I can send a 10.0 TBX.

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    Joe Borgione

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruce_harold View Post
    Hi Joe, Paulo

    I was actually meaning the attached TBX containing a Spatial ETL tool. It is kind of advanced and may take some tweaking to get it right for your own data (it will be sensitive to coordinate system units, metres or feet etc). I touched the tool with 10.1 too so you may need that to open it. If you can't go there email me at bharold@esri.com and I can send a 10.0 TBX.

    Regards
    Thanks for the clarification Bruce; I'm going to stick with v10.0 for the time being; check your email from me....
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