GIS is an acronym for Geographic Information Systems, or Geographic Information Science. A Geographic Information System is a way of managing data. It provides the integration of information from computers, GPS units, archived paper records, and people into one database. It is highly effective and efficient in managing, storing, editing, and creating new information. With the proper investment, a mature GIS can transform the way a municipality does business.
The Town’s GIS is currently in the final stages of development. At this time, maps and tables containing tax records, town limits, property boundaries, zoning information, streets, aerial imagery, water and sewer lines, and stormwater assets can be provided by the Engineering and Building Inspection Departments.
For information related to GIS databases, contact Heather Cerda at email@example.com.