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Geographic Information Systems
CMRPC GIS PROGRAM
A Member of MARGIS
A State Designated Regional Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Service Center since 1999
For over 15 years, CMRPC has been using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help both in-house staff and our member municipalities develop maps, create and maintain data , understand complex issues and improve decision making.
The GIS program has an extensive GIS library covering the CMRPC region and beyond. GIS staff maintain data provided by federal, state, municipal, and private sources, as well as custom data sets generated by commission staff.
It’s GIS staff have worked on a wide variety of projects ranging in both size and complexity for both municipal and state entities. We can help member communities on a whole range of services such as maps for reports and presentations to developing/maintaining data layers. Some examples include town owned land auction maps, zoning maps, annual assessor map updates, build out analysis, and infrastructure mapping.
Some examples include town owned land auction maps, zoning maps, annual assessor map updates, build out analysis, and infrastructure mapping.
The GIS program can also provide technical support (via in person, phone, email) to member communities on the use of GIS software. GIS training can also be provided on the use of ESRI’s ArcMap software, either one-on-one or in small groups.
For further information about the CMRPC GIS program and how it might you, please contact
Matt Franz, GISP