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  • Overview of Pima County GIS

    Pima County Geographic Information Systems (Pima County GIS) converts and maintains geographic data in ArcGIS, AutoCAD and other computer program formats. A primary use for this data is to assist Public Works departments in automating and streamlining their operations. Pima County GIS also provides programs and assistance to users who wish to access their data directly, including training in the use of GIS software, hardware, and related concepts.

    Pima County GIS also focuses on the production of meaningful end-products. These may be cartographic maps and displays or reports derived from simple or complex data analysis processes. The division provides assistance in retrieving useful data from the Pima County GIS Library.

    GIS data and services are provided to Pima County departments and the public.

    Major product areas

    • Special Projects (Limited duration activities)
    • Geographic data development and maintenance (On-going activities)
    • Web-based GIS
    • GIS Data

    Vision

    Pima County GIS is a catalyst for change in the way Pima County collects, stores, and uses geographic information. We are accomplishing this by:

    • Coordinating the development of GIS databases and multiple users.
    • Educating public and private agencies about GIS technology.
    • Seeding public agencies with GIS technology and expertise.
    • Creating and maintaining GIS data standards.
    • Developing applications which meet the needs of the county and community.
    • Providing high-level GIS consulting services.
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    Geographic Information Systems

    33 N. Stone Ave., 14th Fl.
    Mail-Stop Code DTBAB17-425
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    Phone: (520) 724-6670
    Fax: (520) 791-6588


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