Geographic Information Services (GIS)

A service within the Information Technology Services Department, the Geographic Information Services (GIS) Division:
  • Facilitates online public access to information through maps*
    • Interactive Maps - are for users who want to quickly find detailed information about the City, services or programs.
    • Map Gallery - offers PDF maps for viewing and printing
  • Provides various geographic analysis and mapping services to support the City departments
What Is GIS?
Our mission is to support improved City services through leadership in the creation, maintenance and analysis of geographic information and by facilitating access to that information.

GIS is more than a map, it is a strategic direction. The industry quotes that more than 80% of government decisions have a geographic component. Who does what, when, and where? GIS can provide valuable information to answer the following types of questions:
  • What properties were destroyed by tornado?
  • What Ward District am I in based off my address?
  • Where are the flood zones? Protected habitats?
  • Where should we build city facilities to deliver services to our citizens?
  • Where should we concentrate law enforcement efforts?
  • Where should we concentrate our economic development efforts?
These are just a few examples of questions that GIS can address. View additional information about GIS.

GIS Maps Disclaimer*
The maps and information provided on this website are based on data created by the City of Liberty and other government agencies and are provided by the City as a public service. Therefore, these maps are provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Use of these materials constitutes acceptance of this disclaimer of liability.

These products are for informational purposes only and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering or surveying purposes. Users of this information should review or consult the primary data and information sources to ascertain the usability of the information before making any decisions.