Over the past three months we have added a multitude of updated and new datasets to the RIGIS website. Please find a complete list below.
– Quad Neatlines, 2014: These new neatlines are designed for use with the modern US Topo map series being developed by the USGS; the new 2015 US Topos are to be released via RIGIS soon. For instructions on downloading these US Topos please see the last blog posting.
– Statewide Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) database: This statewide database replaces the old county-based DFIRM datasets.
– Urban Areas: This new boundary dataset highlights densely developed areas delineated by the U.S. Census Bureau, and includes residential, commercial and other nonresidential land uses.
– School Districts, Elementary, Secondary and Unified: Three separate datasets representing school district boundaries as determined by the U.S. Census Bureau for the 2013-2014 school year.
– Public Water Supply Reservoirs
– Municipal Boundaries, 1997: A minor change was made to the East Greenwich OSP code from 10 to 9.
Within the coming weeks, please keep your eyes open for a big announcement from RIGIS! In the meantime, we hope everyone has a great holiday season!