Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The Geographic Information System Staff provides GIS data to city departments and to the general public in the form of maps, digital images, tabulation, document publications and web pages. Examples of databases maintained by the GIS division include, but are not limited to: zoning, city limits, wetlands, floodway / flood fringe, slope development districts, landslides, geology, storm water infrastructure, sanitary sewer systems, bridge inventory, warning sirens, soils, greenways, open space, parks, drainage basins, recreation leagues, City Council districts, historical districts, air quality monitoring, land use, fire districts, traffic calming and inspection zones.
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For more details
on services the staff provides, please follow the links below. Most of the maps on the GIS pages are in PDF format and require
Adobe Acrobat Reader.