Geocoding of Address Lists

Assigning geographic coordinates to addresses allows the locations of addresses to be spatially analyzed in relation to other geographic features.  Examples: 

  • How many customers live north of Main Street and west of 5th Avenue?

  • Which of our members live in Legislative District 3?

  • How many additional households are affected by the expansion of the eligibility zone?

We have geocoded student addresses to help school districts examine alternate attendance area proposals; geocoded registered voter addresses to help elections officials examine new voting precinct layouts; and geocoded organization address databases with legislative and congressional district numbers to help them target their lobbying efforts.


Arizona Association of Chiropractic – maintenance of legislative and congressional district targeting system, 1998 to 2010.

Cox Communications, Inc. – mapping of Cox Cable TV subscribers, summation by Arizona legislative district and summation by Cox Media Zones, 2008.

City of Surprise, AZ – Analysis of current and future population demand for a new Senior Center, 2007.

Catholic Social Service, Phoenix AZ – demographic analysis and site location study for new facility, 2004.

Washington School District, Phoenix AZ – Update of student enrollment projections, 2002.

Banner Health Arizona – analysis and mapping of patient admissions at East Valley hospital/medical center, 2000.

Washington School District, Phoenix AZ – Demographic planning study, including enrollment projections and recommendations of solutions to overcrowding at some schools, 1994.