Auburn, Ala. - The City of Auburn’s Information Technology Department has released a new version of the City’s web based interactive map, and will offer free, public training on its use.
This new map program, simply titled the COA Interactive Map, has taken the place of the existing General Interactive Map. The new COA Interactive Map provides citizens with access to the same data used daily by City staff and elected officials and provides citizens with a simplified, intuitive map interface that is easy to use and understand. The new COA Interactive Map contains all of the features of the old General Interactive Map plus new data layers and a variety of new and useful controls for finding and displaying a wealth of information about the City of Auburn.
Residents can use the map to see their property information and parcel lines; determine their voting ward, voting location and City Council representative; determine their school district; show their proximity to flood plains and much more. The tool is easy to use, but to help residents discover all the information available at their fingertips, the City of Auburn’s Information Technology Department will host two free seminars for the public. Residents will have a hands-on opportunity to learn how to use the mapping system and discover all of the features and information available through this innovative tool.
Join the City's GIS staff in the City of Auburn Meeting Room, 122 Tichenor Avenue, on November 6, from 5:30-6:30 PM, or at the same location on November 13, from 3:00-4:00 PM. No reservations are required.
Try the new COA Interactive Map by going to www.auburnalabama.org/maps and following the link for Interactive Maps. The City of Auburn invites your feedback and your questions.