The City's main GIS site has enterprise applications and base layers like lots, parcels, and zoning
GIS provides a framework to measure and collect spatial data about our urban environment. This data is organized into digital map layers, and then compared and analyzed with other layers to discover patterns and correlations. The results of GIS analysis are typically communicated in the form of maps, graphs, and tables. There has been an explosion in GIS applications, with many of these tools now available on the internet, allowing the public greater opportunity to participate in community planning.