Imagery

GIS information encompasses practically every aspect of daily life. As more of our world is modeled with GIS, the amount of information compiled grows exponentially. Consequently, it is important that GIS data is properly organized to allow people to efficiently make use of this information.

Pueblo County's numerous GIS data layers are organized thematically, based upon guidelines from the Federal Geographic Data Committee and modified slightly to meet Pueblo County's needs.

Imagery includes aerial photography, which is an essential component in Geographic Information Systems. Pueblo County currently possesses the following aerial imagery:

  • Full-color, 9-inch pixel aerial photography (acquired fall 2013) covering Pueblo, Pueblo West and the St. Charles Mesa
     
  • Full-color, 8-inch pixel aerial photography (acquired spring 2008) covering Beulah, Colorado City and Rye
     
  • Full-color, 4-inch pixel aerial photography (acquired spring 2008) covering Pueblo, Pueblo West and the St. Charles Mesa
     
  • Full-color, 1-foot pixel aerial photography (acquired spring 2004) covering Pueblo, Pueblo West and the St. Charles Mesa
     
  • Full-color, 2-foot pixel aerial photography (acquired summer 2004) covering Pueblo County in its entirety
     
  • B&W 6-inch pixel aerial photography (acquired spring 2001) covering Pueblo, Pueblo West and the St. Charles Mesa
     
  • Full-color 5-meter pixel satellite imagery (acquired summer 2002) covering Pueblo County in its entirety
     
  • Full-color, 1-meter pixel satellite imagery (acquired January 2001) covering the Colorado City area
     
  • Full-color, 1-meter pixel satellite imagery (acquired spring 2002) covering Beulah, Rye and the mountainous areas in SW Pueblo County
     
  • Full-color, 1-meter pixel satellite imagery (acquired spring 2002) covering the Arkansas River basin east of the St. Charles Mesa
     
  • B&W 2-meter aerial photography (acquired spring 1991) covering Pueblo County in its entirety