Gis Division (Geographic Information System)
The GIS Division serves the residents of Santa Fe by providing mapping products or spatial analysis. A Geographic Information System (GIS) is an integrated system of computer hardware and software used for storage, retrieval, mapping and analysis of referenced geographic data. The geographic or spatial data for the City is referenced to the surface of the earth using the State Plane Coordinate System (New Mexico Central). Spatial data and associated attribute data that share the same coordinate system can then be layered together for mapping and analysis. The ability of GIS to overlay different geographic layers with colorful, transparent and descriptive interplay on paper maps or in the digital world is useful for decision makers. GIS is a powerful tool for development planning, resource management, emergency planning or other physical environment domains.
Products and Services
The City has a large selection of standard maps available for purchase at City Hall. The maps are presentation quality and are available in various sizes, ranging from 8 1/2" x 11" to 34" x 44". Pricing Information.
For a complete list of available City maps, see our Map Gallery. If you cannot find what you are looking for on the list, contact GIS staff as we have many maps of various subjects not listed here.
Frequently Requested Maps
To properly view the maps, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The online maps are updated as needed. Please note that many of the online maps are not to scale, as we have compressed most of the files for quicker download.
If the abolve online maps do not meet your requirements, please email us or call (505) 955-6490.
GIS Links to government agencies, tools, location services, data resources and other GIS information sites.
GIS Project Coordinator
GIS Section City Hall 2nd Floor, P.O. Box 909, 200 Linclon Ave. (Hours 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m.)
(505) 955-6490, email@example.com