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City of North Augusta GIS

The City of North Augusta utilizes a geographic information system (GIS) to create and maintain geospatial information such as utilities, public works, environmental, stormwater, and many more layers.  The layers and the information contained in the layers, provides a visual representation of the city and the surrounding areas.  This information is used by city departments and decision makers to enhance the level of service to its citizens.

Mission Statement:

"To effectively provide accurate geospatial information and services to city departments and citizens in order to enhance city operations, improve decision making and provide better public service."

Online City Maps & Apps:


City Map:

The City of North Augusta provides access to GIS information via the Internet.  You can use your web browser to view an array of geographic information throughout the City.  

Scan the QR code to access or click on the image to the left.


Sunset Hill Cemetery Viewer:


This online viewer is available to the public to search city cemetery records.  This application can also be used on smartphones and tablet devices (Apple iOS and Android).

Scan the QR code to access or click on the image to the left.



Municipal Parks Story Map:

This online viewer allows you to browse for park locations and amenities.This application can also be used on smartphones and tablet devices (Apple iOS and Android).

Scan the QR code to access or click on the image to the left.

 

What is GIS?

A geographic information system (GIS) integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information.

GIS allows us to view, understand, question, interpret, and visualize data in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends in the form of maps, globes, reports, and charts.

A GIS helps you answer questions, and solve problems by looking at your data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared.

Source: ESRI, GIS.com

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gis-solutions-wheelHow is GIS used at the City?

  • Public Safety - E911, Routing, Crime Analysis 
     
  • Sanitation - Route Planning and Pickup Scheduling 
     
  • Planning - Zoning, Land Use, Future Land Use, Economic Growth 
     
  • Engineering - Traffic analysis, Public Works 
     
  • Utilities - Utility Infrastructure, Maintenance Scheduling
     
  • Parks and Rec - Event Planning

  

What are the GIS layers that the City uses?

  • Parcels - Provided by both Aiken and Edgefield Counties. (the City does not maintain parcel updates. please refer to the individual county for parcel information. See GIS Resource Links for contact information.) 

  • Street Centerlines

  • Address Points

  • Utilities - Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

  • Stormwater - Watersheds, Stormboxes, Stormwater ponds

  • Topographic Contours

  • Buildings

  • Boundaries - City Limits, Fire Districts

  • Aerial Imagery

  • Many more...

Can I download GIS data?

At this time the City does not post GIS data on the website for download.  Please see contact information for inquiry.