City of Madison, AL - Home Page

Go To Search
homeprint page
Calendar  |  Bid Opportunities  |  Contact Us  |  Sitemap
GIS / Maps
What is GIS?
A GIS (Geographic Information System) has been defined in many ways.  One definition that sums it up is:  a technology that integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information. (ESRI)  Simply put, a GIS = maps data and all hardware and software associated with it.  GIS can be used to analyze spatial (locationally defined) and attribute relationships to assist City Officials in the decision making process.

The Engineering Department is responsible for the capture, maintenance, and distribution of GIS data to other City departments, governmental entities, and the public.  Since GIS is continually evolving, the capture of all geographic features within the City and their associated attributes is an important goal to assist in the planning and design of City infrastructure.

Interactive Map is Currently Under Construction                Map Gallery

*Pop up blockers may need to be turned off to ensure all features of the interactive map work properly.

GIS Disclaimer

Privacy Statement  |  Accessibility  |  Copyright Notices  |  Renewable Energy  |  Photo Credits  |  Contact Us  |  Sitemap  |  Powered by CivicPlus