Richard Parkin, GISP
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A geographic information system (GIS) utilizes computers for mapping, analyzing, and querying both natural and artificial features. It consists of hardware, software, data, and people that collect, store, manipulate, and display geographically referenced information. The results can be represented in any combination of maps, tables, and charts to be used as an important decision-making tool.
The mission of the City of Webster GIS division is to work together with all City departments to maintain and expand the City's geographic database and to provide mapping and analysis services to staff and the public.
- GIS data analysis
- Information and assistance to the general public, contractors, and consultants.
- Map production
- Metadata detail for data sets used or provided.
- Notifications to ensure that GIS service users are aware of data availability.
- Internet map tools
The City of Webster, its employees and agents, do not undertake to guarantee the validity of the contents of the digital or hardcopy map files, and will not be liable for any claims for damages or loss arising from their application or interpretation, by any party. It is not intended to replace a survey or to be used for legal description.