Stanislaus County is offering a new Geographic Information System (GIS) Hub, which allows residents to access open data throughout the County.
Stanislaus County is offering a new Geographic Information System (GIS) Hub, which makes available local data and interactive maps. This public tool allows residents to access open data throughout the County.
There are specific uses of GIS maps for those interested in data from Stanislaus County Supervisorial Districts, river maps, city limits and annexations, municipal advisory councils, transportation maps, parcel records and land assessments. Surveyors and engineers will find the application a useful tool for land development. As a planning tool to assist with urban growth strategy and land management it is useful as well. Property information included there assists the County Assessor with records maintenance.
Real estate brokers as well as Emergency Services personnel will find it useful as mapping routes is common when responding to disasters like floods or fires. There is a fire district map accessible from the page as well.
The system will allow residents to view several large-scale, ongoing projects, like Measure L funded infrastructure improvements, encroachment permits, road and bridge projects underway throughout the region, County islands or unincorporated areas and North County Corridor are featured.
The map information found on the site is downloadable for easy reference in hard copy. Residents are encouraged to explore the new GIS Hub.