Geographic Information System
The City maintains a Geographic Information System (GIS) to store, analyze, and display geographic information. Often referred to as “smart maps,” GIS has the ability to link information to geographic features and map the data in independent layers or in combination with other data layers.
The City’s GIS has several data layers including parcels, recent and historical aerial photographs, floodplains, wetlands, future land use designations, and zoning districts among others. The information is used for a wide range of City functions but is particularly valuable for planning and development review.
Contact the Development Department at (727) 853-1042 if you are interested in obtaining GIS data for the New Port Richey area.