What is GIS?
GIS is a system for capturing, storing, analyzing and managing data and associated attributes which are spatially referenced to the earth. GIS can be thought of as a high-tech equivalent of a map. GIS is a computer system which can maintain and display geographic data describing places on the earth's surface.
The City of Safety Harbor uses GIS to provide technical support and information for its Engineering, Planning, Utility, and Fire/Rescue Departments, as well as assisting the City Commission and Department Managers in policy making decisions. The City's long range goal is to provide an increasing amount of geographic information to the general public.
If you have any questions about the City's GIS maps, data, implementation, or any other information, please call 724-1555. Any comments or suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Map documents with multiple pages are internally linked. Thus, by clicking on a numbered section of the map on the first page, a more detailed map of the area selected will load.