A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a system that pulls information in about where things are with information about what those things are like. Unlike with a paper map, where "what you see is what you get," a GIS map can combine many layers of information stored in a database, with one layer containing information about properties, another about water features, another about streets, etc.
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There are a few technical requirements you will need to meet in order to use this system.
Also, if you wish to place the GIS Online system in your favorites, please use this page since putting the actual system in your favorites will cause it not to function correctly.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher
Mozillia & Chrome will work
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