What is a Geographic Information System (GIS)
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a technology framework used to communicate, manage, visualize and analyze data based on its location. The following maps & apps are products provided for quick and reliable access to civic information.
Please contact the GIS Coordinator if you have questions regarding reliability or suitability for a specific use. It follows that any reliance on information offered is at your own risk. No warranty of accuracy or completeness is expressed or implied, and conditions do change.
Maps & Apps
The following products are offered publicly for convenience.
Cartographic Illustrations (.pdf)
- Public Parks & Trails
- Wards / Voting Precincts
- Zoning District Classifications
- Future Land Use Plan Map
- Special Tax & Financial Incentives
- Special Sewer District(s) Map
Interactive (web mapping) Applications
How is GIS important?
Geospatial modeling reveals deeper insights into data, which means users have improved decision making ability. The following are some ways RaymoreGIS offers decision support:
- By improving data spatially, seemingly disparate information can be contextually related
- Ready and reliable access to information improves operational efficiency & better decision making ability
- Observance of scale and spatial patterns is not possible from descriptive text alone
- Mapping reveals situational complexities that lead to better planning/design/solutions
- Communication is improved with reliable data exchange
- Comprehensive data is versatile and can be suited to requirements of both situational and regional use.
- Provides the ability to analyze the quality of spatial relationships
- Supports dimensional attribution like space & time
Development Services administers the platform for departments and can provide access to geospatial information, functionality & output by request.
Phone: (816) 892-3029
Fax: (816) 892-3079
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm