SOMERSET, NJ (October 3, 2023) — Spatial Data Logic announces the launch of the SDL Portal App, the mobile extension of their citizen-facing portal. The app is designed to streamline access for citizens, allowing them to easily search for information, submit applications and make requests to their local government online. Beyond convenient online services, the app will also enable counties and municipalities to bring their own resources and information into the app providing a more personalized experience for residents. 


Designed to meet citizen expectations for convenient online services, the SDL Portal app acts as a mobile extension of your building, providing citizens with access to a wide range of services. Through the app, citizens can:

  • Report issues in real time
  • Submit applications, forms and requests 24/7
  • Search for property and permit information 
  • Receive non-emergency alerts
  • Review their account history 
  • Get status updates on existing requests

The availability of services and information within the app will vary for each user, as local governments have the authority to determine which department services, information and resources will be accessible to the public. 

In addition to streamlined access to information and services, counties and municipalities will also have the unique ability to customize the app to provide other helpful links and resources to their residents, including: 

  • An integrated event calendar
  • A “Today” widget that provides personalized location-based information such as street cleaning days, trash pickup days and school closures/delays
  • External links to relevant county/municipal resources such as news and directories 
  • Links to social media pages


“Our clients have long expressed their desire for a comprehensive mobile app that not only makes it easy for residents to submit applications and requests online, but also establishes a branded mobile platform for promoting their own county/municipal news, events, social media pages and resources,” said Bryan Proctor, CEO of Spatial Data Logic. “With the SDL Portal app, we are proud to assist local governments in achieving both of these objectives. We are excited to bring this valuable service to governments and citizens alike.”

For more information about the SDL Portal app and its features, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To download the app, visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

At Spatial Data Logic, we take great pride in providing solutions that help the communities that we are a part of and the towns that we live in. 2021 reinforced the need for modern and accessible governments. As a company, SDL continued our commitment towards helping municipalities to modernize processes, move services online and adapt to a new way of doing business.

As we take a look back at 2020, we are thankful for the opportunity to do what we do best: help municipalities thrive. This year alone, we’ve onboarded over 35 new municipalities and expanded our relationships and usage with over 45 of our existing clients. We’ve also been able to help our clients navigate the unique challenges of 2020 by developing new tools that enable them to work efficiently from any location and keep critical tasks in motion. 

In the state of New Jersey, property taxes are among the highest in the nation. In an effort to reduce costs for municipalities and their tax payers, Governor Murphy appointed two “shared service czars” in 2018 to provide support and help secure funding for local governments looking to implement shared service agreements with other town and county agencies. 

We invite you to watch the latest installment of Morris Chamber TV’s “Let’s Talk” where Jack Flood and Mike Stanzilis discuss the importance of digital adoption, gaining alignment and simple steps that New Jersey municipalities can take to make that leap.

As news about COVID-19 continues to unfold, we want to take a moment to inform you of the precautionary measures we are taking at Spatial Data Logic. We also wanted to offer tips & solutions for how your town can prepare should your town implement a work-from-home policy.