1310 West Ridge Road

PO Box 1720

Gainesville, Georgia 30503

(770)538-2626  Fax (770)538-2625

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2018 GMRC Aerial Photography/LiDAR Project

· Includes counties and cities from 5 Regional Commissions

· 40 Participants including 30 Counties and 10 Cities

· Flown during leaf-off conditions – Jan/Feb/March 2018

· Acquiring aerial photography

· Participating in the FY18 USGS 3DEP LiDAR Grant Application through the State of Georgia’s GIO office

City of Lavonia Utilities

· Update Water infrastructure mapping

· Create Sewer layer

· Deploy ArcReader on machines at City Hall and in Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants with utility data for use by City Staff

Towns County Parcel Project—2016 Update

· Update parcels by incorporating new parcel splits/merges or changing ownership information for the 2016 tax year

City of Dawsonville Project

· Update Water and Sewer infrastructure mapping

· Deploy ArcReader on machines at City Hall and in Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants with utility data for use by City Staff

· Implement ArcGIS Online application for use on tablets, phones and laptops in the field and away from the office

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Current Project Highlights

Digital Data Availability

Cemetery Mapping

Information Services Brochure

Georgia’s Geospatial Information Officer

Documents

Resources and Links

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MAP 21

· The GDOT Office of Transportation Data (OTD) is charged with specific database validation requirements associated with GIS based road centerline attribution mandated by the federally enacted surface transportation act, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP 21). The Georgia Association of Regional Commissions signed an agreement with UGA’s Information Technology and Outreach (ITOS) division, to perform the MAP-21 work required in each regional commission area.

· Staff will be performing verification processes on five key data elements pertaining to roads across the region. Those are: ownership, operation, number of lanes, surface type, and median. We will also be providing information on traffic control devices where local roads meet highways and all road names. We will be working closely with county and city road superintendents and GIS staff.

LUCA 2020