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GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT


WHAT IS GIS?

Geographic Information Systems involve combinations of information, grouped by layers (city limit lines, streets, water lines, parks, etc.), and organized in order to visualize, analyze and display spatial data.

GIS maps are composed of different layers (such as streets or buildings) that are stacked on top of each other.

The City of Mansfield's GIS Department maintains and distributes geographic information, analysis tools, and mapping products for use by the City's staff in their daily operations.

Data maintained by the GIS Department includes political boundaries, land parcel information, infrastructure systems (street network, water systems, sewer systems), emergency response facilities, recreational facilities, and other associated data pertaining to city operations. Data is maintained in both computer-aided design (CAD) and GIS file formats.

The GIS staff also develop and maintain GIS databases and applications, provide technical and operational support for GIS-related hardware and software, and offer GIS training for city staff, as well as providing mapping products and services to the citizens of Mansfield.


DISCOVER MORE ABOUT YOUR CITY

Interactive Maps Options:
Explore our Interactive Maps online.
  • Parks
  • Fire Hydrants
  • Water Lines
  • Sewer Lines
  • Parcels
  • Subdivisions
  • 2ft Topography
  • Zoning
  • Aerial Photography


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