GIS is a part of the Information Systems Division and is composed of one GIS Analyst and one GIS Specialist. GIS has been integrated into nearly every department, in a continuing effort to help users make more informative and effective decisions.
"GIS is a geographic information system (GIS) that integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information." ESRI
- Develop and implement an accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date GIS
- Implement an easy to use web-based interface for end-users
- Promote use of GIS to expedite work processes
- GIS data management and maintenance: establishing and enforcing accuracy standards, update procedures, and database compatibility for GIS data, coordinating data sharing with local, state, and federal government, and creating and developing new GIS data.
- GIS applications development and analysis: developing custom applications, interactive maps, and specific project map documents for analysis and inquiry of GIS information as well as performing complex GIS analyses.
- GIS training and assistance: conducting training for city-wide GIS users, tutoring and assisting individual GIS users on specific projects, and answering technical questions.
- Cartography and presentation: producing informative maps, reports, and digital graphics and assisting with presentation of geographic information.
"The application of GIS is limited only by the imagination of those who use it." - Jack Dangermond, ESRI President
*Disclaimer: Data on this GIS website is intended for general use and informational purposes only. The City of Manteca does not warrant the accuracy, quality, or completeness of data or suitability for any particular purpose. Information on this GIS website is not intended to replace engineering, survey, or other primary