Trohn Enright-Randolph has served as Chief Deputy Surveyor since 2005, and has been tasked with providing oversight for the integration of the Geographic Information System (GIS) project. Enright-Randolph said “While serving as Chief Deputy Surveyor for over a decade, I’ve gained the institutional knowledge and skill set needed to fully run this department effectively”. Within this role, Trohn continues to adopt new methods to manage our Department’s land data and legal records. Throughout the years he has been dedicated to collecting, and providing higher accuracy of information. Trohn wants to continue to advance the Department by staying on top of technology, with focus on improving internal operations, accessibility of information, and increasing collaboration among departments.