Information Technology - GIS
What is GIS: A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a technology for the organization, analysis, and dissemination of spatial data. Commonly thought of as a fancy term for making maps, GIS goes much farther. It also allows for advanced organization, processing, data mining, and interpolation to seek meaning and relationships in geographic data.
Who is the GIS Division: The City of Auburn's GIS, a Division of the Information Technology Department, is responsible for the maintenance and distribution of geographic (GIS) data to decision makers and data analysts across the city. They also provide the public with access via web-based interactive maps and other resource from the menu on the left.
Date News item
10/07/2014 New 2014 aerials!
Our new 2014 aerial imagery has been added to our Interactive Maps
04/03/2013 Historic aerials added!
We have uncovered some lost Lee County aerials from 1980 & 1973. They have been added to the COA Interactive Map.
12/21/2012 New map application!
The Renew Opelika Road map added to Interactive Maps
09/19/2012 New map application!
The COA Interactive Map added to Interactive Maps
07/19/2011 New Env Service Routes!
The City's new Env Service Routes have been added to the General Interactive and Public Service Maps.
07/19/2011 New aerial imagery!
2011 county-wide aerial imagery (6" resolution) has been added to all our Interactive Maps
04/15/2011 New map application!
Tiger Trail Viewer added to Interactive Maps