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Apps, Maps, and Open Data

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Open Data programs are foundational IT services provided City-wide by the Information Technology Department. These program strives to provide a robust  platform for information sharing, analysis, and resource alignment.

The teams are comprised of talented and passionate developers and analysts that support internal and external solutions, enterprise business intelligence, content delivery across various channels, GIS desktop and web systems, and other emerging technologies.

Contact

 

Contact Information

GIS: 
Jim Alberque

Open Data: 
Kevin Belkofer

Addressing:
Justin Greco

iMaps

Raleigh GIS and Wake County GIS developed iMAPS to provide the public with easy access to the City and County graphic and attribute databases.  Users can query data by owner name, address, place of interest or intersection and retrieve a variety of maps and property information. 

Launch iMAPS

Open Raleigh

A one-stop source for city digital data, services and information, Open Raleigh can be used to search, discover, view, access and download the City's geospatial resources. Open Raleigh Data provides access to a wealth of geographic and tabular information and data from the City. Data is available for download in a variety of formats.

Launch Open Raleigh

Park Locator

Park Locator Map was created to highlight the numerous parks and amenities throughout the City. Launch the Parks Locator mapping tool to find the closest park to your home, search for parks by amenities, get directions to a park, and explore program offerings at the parks.

Launch Park Locator

Map Gallery

A variety of print ready PDF maps are available in our Map Gallery.

Additionally, the GIS division provides custom digital data sets and maps to the general public on an hourly fee basis if their needs cannot be met by any of the previous methods.