GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems. In its simplest form, it is the production of highly customizable area accurate maps. However, these maps are linked to databases, which can be changed quickly, allowing the maps to be updated. much of the data is collected by using GPS (Global Positioning System) and aerial photography. The data constantly changes due to new roads, utilities, subdivisions, etc. being added.
Currently, the GIS department offers a wide variety of information for the city, with more data to be added in the future. Some examples of the data that is currently available are:
Water/Sanitary Sewer Lines
For more information, please email us or contact our office.
Q. Are there any places on the internet that offer free maps and data?
A. Yes. Email the GIS office with the information that you are looking for, and we will try to help find the information that you need. Or you can look at our GIS Documents page to see what we have available currently.
Q. When can I contact the GIS department with a request?
A. The hours are from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. Or you can email the GIS department.