The map is publicly viewable and has two layers: one for confirmed incidents reports, and the other layer for clarification. When items are resolved, "cleaned up", data will be archived in a third layer. Anyone is welcome to join in. "This mapping tool will provide another vehicle for improved incident response and communication between public land managing agencies, law enforcement, nonprofits, and the general public," said Quality Parks President, Mindy Block.
To report and emergency, always call 911 first. Individuals will need to contact Quality Parks for more information about entering data. But the data collected so far is available online. Learn more