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Geographic Information System (GIS) integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of location-based information. The functions of a GIS are visualization, geodata management, and geographic analysis.
With GIS, the City is better able to track, reference, and maintain physical infrastructure such as buildings, roads and utilities and to use that information in making decisions and solving problems for public services. Please visit the websites listed on our GIS page for more information.
You must submit a Map Request Form. Most digital maps are provided at no charge; there may be a charge for a printed map. Please read our GIS page for more information on map requests and fees.
Digital Geographic Information System (GIS) data is available free-of-charge to agencies under contract with the City of Danville and select public entities. Fees are charged at the City's discretion. Two forms must be submitted to request GIS data, a GIS Data Request form and a GIS Data Release form. Please read our GIS page for more information on data requests and fees.