What is GIS?

GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems. It's a technology that captures, stores, manages, analyzes, and presents spatial or geographical data. Essentially, GIS allows us to understand and interpret data based on its geographic context. It involves integrating various types of information—such as maps, satellite images, databases, and more—to create insightful visual representations of geographical areas.

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1. What is GIS?
2. What is ArcGIS?
3. Where Can I Download Parcel Data?
4. Where Can I Report Inaccurate Data?
5. Can I Download Aerial Imagery Datasets?
6. Can I Download Building Footprint Datasets?
7. My Address Isn't Showing Up
8. How Do I Search for an Address?
9. Can I Get A Printed Map?
10. Do You Map Private Water and Sewer Lines on My Property?
11. Are City Employees Allowed on My Property?
12. Do You Provide Locate Services?
13. How Can I Add to the History Map of Seabrook?
14. Does the City Provide Drone Services?
15. Does the City Fly Drones Over My House?