Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division
Statement of Function
Indian River County's GIS Mission is to utilize GIS and GIS-based technologies to help disseminate geographic information, improve efficiencies, and improve analysis and subsequent decisions aimed at improving internal and public services and products. GIS is to provide proactive support and assistance, in terms of both technology and staff, to acquire, convert, integrate, maintain, document, analyze, coordinate, and distribute geographic information for a variety of County needs.
2021/2022 Goals and Objectives
- Assessment and potential restructuring of Enterprise GIS System Architecture in order to improve capability, efficiency, and security while taking maximum advantage of new ELA licensing allowances.
- Decennial Redistricting of County Commissioner Districts.
- Migrate from and retire current GIS Map Cache Server.
- Implementation of Esri's ArcGIS Image Server software for enabling use of historical aerial imagery in GIS web mapping applications.
- Utilize new Image Analyst extension to generate new datasets such as Landcover and Impervious Surface.
- Update Address Point Layer schema for building proper address locators.
- Automate update and distribution of new Address Locators to support County staff and the Public
- Solicit professional services to rebuild the customized Address Point Tool for ArcGIS Pro.
- Finalize data tasks for Address Point layer to support migration from CDPlus to My Government Online (MGO) permitting system.
- In support of My Government Online (MGO) migration, coordinate with MGO to develop a custom API to replace current exports from CD-Plus to support County business processes.
- Development of workflows and procedures for systematic inventory and mapping of Indian River County's Telecommunications infrastructure.
- Provide continued support to Public Works for the Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP).
- Provide maps and applications to Community Development in support of the Community Rating System (CRS) Program.
- Migration to new ArcGIS Online website design.
- Countywide migration to ArcGIS Desktop 10.8.1.
- Mapping of the remaining Historical Sea Turtle Nesting data for Coastal Engineering.