Solano Regional GIS Consortium (Solano ReGIS) is a cooperative of local government agencies within Solano County, California, working together to share spatial data, pool resources, and provide GIS expertise to Solano ReGIS members.
Solano ReGIS holds meetings and sponsors events which are open to the public, business interests, and governmental organizations. Find out about the GIS Day Conference hosted by Solano ReGIS.
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In addition to being an example of cooperative local government, Solano ReGIS members provide public access to applications, maps, and spatial data.
Map of locations to obtain sand bags.
Web mapping applications are dynamic and browser accessable applications that allow you to interact with the map by navigating, searching, and selecting certain types of spatial data, like parcels. Just click on the corresponding application link and it will open automatically in a new browser window.
Download, save, and print static maps of various themes. Click on the link to open a PDF, JPEG, or GIF file and save it to your computer. Although Solano ReGIS does not create new maps based on public requests, please use the contact page to make map suggestions. We will upload a similar themed map if it is available.
Access web map services using a WMS capable client like ArcMap, AutoCAD, or other application. WMS services are currently limited to Solano County aerial imagery for 2004 and 2009.
Select from multiple spatial data sets in Shapefile format. Solano ReGIS provides GIS layers for general mapping use only and does not provide legally authoritative data. The user assumes responsibility for any decisions made using Solano ReGIS sourced data.
View other websites related to regional GIS interests or which provide spatial data content.
Our GIS maintains a 28 square mile storm drain and sanitary sewer collection system, allowing district work crews, maintenance staff, construction crews, cctv, and customer service to access identical data, whether in the office or in the field. Using GIS we can access structure history, fill work orders, and log service calls on site, allowing us to do our jobs more effectively.
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