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.
Landbase includes data that relates to land ownership and all aspects of how land in Pueblo County is taxed, managed, subdivided and sold -- such as parcel boundaries, lot boundaries, block boundaries and subdivision boundaries. Also included in landbase data layers are Official City/County/Metropolitan District Boundaries, Zoning, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness layers, Comprehensive Planning layers, Voting Districts, and Polling Places. This government-related data represents information of particular interest to various governmental departments. It is also useful in helping individuals understand how decisions are made in our communities.