Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Geographic Information Systems utilize a spatial data infrastructure for storing, managing, analyzing, and displaying geospatial data. GIS allows us to visualize and explore data in a variety of ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends both spatially and temporally.
For over 15 years, our team has been collaborating with numerous agencies in the region to propagate a network that better serves the public. We regularly work with our internal departments, county precincts, incorporated cities, law enforcement, and emergency services to assist in planning and providing visuals or reports for various projects. We also coordinate with TxDOT and FEMA for recurring projects, such as the County Road Inventory (CRI) and Community Rating System (CRS). Other recurring roles we play include providing public recreation maps, assisting with major thoroughfare planning, reporting on capital improvement projects, and reporting on road infrastructure for internal funding purposes.
As GIS unceasingly moves toward being more cloud-based, our goal is to continue utilizing the latest technology to support our various users through webmaps, applications, and tools for more ease while working on the go.
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