The GIS division produces both interactive and static, printable
PDF maps for public consumption.
What is GIS?
- A system of software, hardware, data, and personnel that are
used to manipulate, analyze, and present information tied to a
- It combines layers of information about a place to give a
better understanding of a location.
- Often referred to as a “mapping tool”
- Generates maps based upon the collected data
- The possibilities are endless with GIS, as it is flexible
enough to map anything as long as the data is available
There are two types of maps created by the GIS team: Static maps
and Interactive Maps.
- Static maps are generally PDF maps that can be viewed with
Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free viewer that can be downloaded from
the Adobe website.
These PDF maps are a “snapshot in time” and represent information
frozen at the time the map was generated.
- An Interactive GIS map is one that allows you, the user, to
select one or more layers and view or print option.
- Every effort is made by GIS staff to provide timely and
accurate information on this site. If however, you discover an
item that appears to be an error, please notify us and we will
verify and/or correct the data as needed.