March 23: Administrative Hub software for code enforcement demo and breakfast


Over the last year, the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus and the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association (SSMMA) partnered on a pilot project to provide centralized administrative staff and legal services to municipalities. The goal was to see how streamlining the enforcement of residential property maintenance codes and administrative efficiencies could help communities spend less, capture more, or otherwise produce positive benefits for our community partners. The results of the pilot were very promising.

We are pleased to announce an important advancement from this project, namely the development an innovative “Administrative Hub” software tool. The Administrative Hub is a cloud-based tool that will put critical property and owner data “at your fingertips”: real time data on owners, mortgage lenders and servicers, lien holders, parties of interest, and tax buyers and tax payers. The software also creates/stores standard documents, lets users capture notes and photos on property condition, and maps properties using built-in GIS. The cloud-based system creates one centralized location for all property records and data. The integrated GIS mapping and data reporting engine supports strategic targeting and comprehensive reporting/tracking of expenses and activities.

The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus believes the software can be particularly helpful for municipalities that want to track information about property maintenance work and generate supporting documents for a wide range of liens and enforcement actions, but who may not want to invest in stand-alone software to perform these functions.

Their team will provide a live demo of the software at a breakfast meeting on Wednesday, March 23rd at 9:00am at the SSMMA offices (1904 West 174th Street, East Hazel Crest). Village managers and Building Department/Code Enforcement heads are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting. Please RSVP your attendance by emailing Allison Mild Clements at amilld@mayorscaucus.org or calling (312) 201-4507.

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