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Geographic Information System (GIS)
is a spatial database system that provides powerful decision making tools for every facet of public governance from producing simple hard copy maps to analyzing complex crime patterns. GIS tools are used by emergency responders to respond to accidents, housing specialists to analyze the quality and condition of housing, environmentalists to identify the location of hazardous waste sites, social service workers to identify the location of elderly and disabled, waste management officials to route vehicles, police to analyze crime patterns, public works crew to maintain road inventory, etc.
GIS plays a key role in meeting emergency mapping needs of counties and cities within the East Texas region. Please come back regularly to learn more about our projects.
If you need additional information, please contact the GIS Analyst,
, at 903-984-8641 x 272.
Recently Completed Projects:
Development of the Wood County Emergency Services and General Road Map
Development of the Anderson County Emergency Services and General Road Map
Delineation of Edom and Grand Saline Emergency Service Boundary
Implementation and Training of MapSAG, a 9-1-1 Database Quality Assurance Tool, for Upshur and Cherokee Counties
9-1-1 Addressing Training for Upshur, Camp, Cherokee and Marion counties
9-1-1 Database and Mapping Standardization for the cities of Palestine, Jacksonville, Carthage, White Oak, Yantis, Quitman and Winnsboro
Review of Lake Cherokee Street Addressing System
Development of region wide 9-1-1 Emergency Mapping Program
Development of 9-1-1 Critical Homeland Infrastructure Database (9-1-1 CHILD)
Development of a Regional Repository for 9-1-1 Datasets
Parcel Data Conversion of the Van Zandt County Appraisal District
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