Maps / Geographic Information System (GIS)

City Maps

The Planning Department utilizes Geographic Information System (GIS) which allows us to view and analyze spatially referenced data. A majority of the information that we handle is associated with a geographic location. It is necessary to be able to display such information visually in a map in order to see patterns and trends so informed decisions can be made. GIS allows us to do just that.

Project Aides

The GIS also provides the means to maintain various city maps.In addition to assisting in everyday decisions, a few projects the GIS has aided the Planning Department in over past few years are the:

  • City's asset inventory
  • Long Range Plan
  • Riparian Corridor mapping
  • Land Use Inventory

Working Relationships

The City was the first municipality to enter into a data-sharing agreement with the Summit County GIS Department. The two entities have a close working relationship with the intention of producing and verifying data that is needed and used by each. If you're interested in parcel level mapping, visit the Summit County GIS site.

Interactive Trails Map

Explore City parks and trails with distance and route information.
Interactive Trails Map