Geographic Information System
The city’s Geographic Information System (GIS) allows staff and elected and appointed city officials to be aware of certain geographic relationships that exist between resources and projects that exist within and around our city, and to use this information to make informed and fiscally responsible decisions to advance our community towards the future.
The city’s GIS contains base mapping data including aerial photography, street line work, parcel information, and underground utilities maintained by the city. The most common way that the GIS is often distributed to the public is through maps and other printed visual exhibits.
Area Maps & GIS Information