GIS in the City of Tucson:
The GIS Services Division maintains a central data repository, publishes interactive web maps and provides technical support for City GIS users. Additionally we also administer all City GIS software, establish data and metadata standards and assist departments in mapping and analysis for their business needs.
Please be aware of the following changes, which will take place Wednesday evening March 1st, 2017.
The Private Improvement Agreements layers (currently under the DEVELOPMENT category) will be removed and replaced with a new “Private Improvement Agreements (Active) layer” in the PERMITS and VIOLATIONS category. This new layer will only include permits that are currently issued, renewed or in review.
The Civic Events layer (currently under the TRANSPORTATION category) will be removed and replaced with new “Right-of-Way Permits (Active) layers” in the PERMITS and VIOLATIONS category. The new Right-of-Way Permits (Active) layers include Civic Events and Barricade-Excavation-Combo permits.
You can review the new layers under PERMITS and VIOLATIONS in MapTucson: (https://maps2.tucsonaz.gov/Html5Viewer/?viewer=maptucson)
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