Geographic Information Systems

What Is a Geographic Information System (GIS)?

A Geographic Information System is digital system for spatially displaying data. This allows us to visually analyze the spatial relationships between topography, vegetation and land uses. Additional information about the role of GIS in your community is available from the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and the National Geographic Society.

GIS in Titusville

The City’s mapping and geospatial data is supported by a dedicated staff of GIS Specialists and Analysts from the Information Technology (IT), Water Resources and Community Development Departments. The IT Department provides technical support and data management for all City departments, the Water Resources Department maintains utility information, and the Community Development Department maintains data related to zoning, permitting, and amenities, such as park and historic resources.

For More Information

For assistance or more information please send us an email.

All City Mapping Resources

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Available Data for Download

  • City Boundaries
  • Parks and Amenities
  • Trails

Disclaimer

The City uses the most current and complete data available. However, GIS data and product accuracy may vary. GIS data and products may be developed from sources of differing accuracy, accurate only at certain scales, based on modeling or interpretation, incomplete while being created or revised, etc.

The City of Titusville reserves the right to correct, update, modify, or replace, GIS products without notification. The City of Titusville cannot assure the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of this information for any particular purpose. 

This data changes daily. If you intend to use it for legal purposes, permitting, etc. you are encouraged to contact the appropriate government office or city department for additional information. Using GIS data for purposes other than those for which they were created may yield inaccurate or misleading results. The recipient may neither assert any proprietary rights to this information nor represent it to anyone as other than City Government-produced information.