ArcGIS Online (AGOL) Integration

Crisis Track links with Esri's ArcGIS Online (AGOL) to push real-time data from Crisis Track into AGOL feature services. 

After your GIS data has been loaded into your city/county's Crisis Track account, we also can point the disaster consequence data collected by Crisis Track to your AGOL account. This provides you with live data in Esri feature services to perform additional analysis or make map products. If you'd like to have this link, we can help you set the feature services up. 

All we need is for your GIS POC to either create us a named user account or invite us ( as a Publisher to view and edit those feature services. We'd be happy to walk you through this if you need help. Just contact us at


If the GIS POC would like to create the feature services themselves, we will send a copy of your Crisis Track data as shapefiles. This includes Residential (IA), Public (PA), Commercial (SBA), and Road Closures. 

Then, all we need is the following:

  1. Copy the shapefiles into your organization's ArcGIS Online account and publish each one as a hosted layer. Please make sure these feature services have the following: 
    1. Enable editing and allow editors to: 
      • Add, update, and delete features 
  2. Send us the REST endpoints for each of the six feature services. The URL for each layer can be found in the bottom right hand corner of the Overview page in ArcGIS Online.
  3. If you choose to protect the feature services, please create us a named user account or invite as a Publisher to view and edit those feature services.

Those REST endpoints will be shared with our developers so they can configure Crisis Track to push data into ArcGIS Online. That's it! Then we'll run a test and it should be ready to go.

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