Maps & GIS
GIS The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division is committed to providing the City of Port Orange with many services including map production, custom spatial application development, data development, and technical support.

Taking advantage of the latest geospatial technologies, the quality services provided include data collection and conversion, database creation, mapping, data modeling, analysis, and custom interface design and development.

GIS plays an invaluable role within the City of Port Orange by providing current information and data analysis in support of many critical city functions including public safety, emergency response, city development, zoning, land use, engineering, public utilities, public works and transportation.

Geographic Information Systems view and analyze data from a geographic perspective. GIS can be used to work with geographic information as a database, a map or a model.

Interactive maps

Data for Download
The Port Orange GIS database is designed to be a public resource of general municipal information. The depiction of all information shown herein are approximate only and are not intended as a guide for design or survey work.

Data available in Shapefile format. The download files are compressed for faster downloading.

Map Gallery
NOTE: Some files may be in excess of 10MB and may require more time to open, even over a high-speed connection.
City-Wide Maps

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