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Geographic Information System (GIS)
What Is GIS?
Welcome to Missouri City’s GIS department! A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a combination of data, hardware, software and trained staff that, when combined, allows us to visualize and analyze geographical data and make informed decisions.
Maps and Open Data
GIS Open Data Hub is the new home page for exploring and downloading GIS maps and data. This portal will provide access to information and tools for you to view local GIS data and help everyone understand our community.
The Hub has three main tabs on top that houses vital infomation as follows:
The GIS Open Data Hub Homepage shows several interactive maps like:
In Map Library section you will find different categories of maps which includes:
Please visit, Map Library for full list of available maps and other data.
Legal Disclaimer: The GIS data made available on this website is provided and maintained by various agencies, including county departments, municipal governments, and state and federal agencies. No guarantee is given as to the accuracy or currency of any of the data. The data and maps are designed to serve as a secondary representation of real property found within this jurisdiction, and is compiled from the recorded deeds, plats, and other public records, which are primary sources for this public information. Users of this site are hereby notified that these primary sources should be consulted for verification of the information presented here.