Roswell offers online land data tool


Roswell is offering a new online tool to help residents get detailed information about properties around the city.

“The new Roswell GIS Viewer puts an intuitive and versatile tool in the hands of our citizens so that they can learn about properties in a much more dynamic and engaging way,” said Patrick Baber, manager of the city’s Geographic Information System (GIS) Division.

The system is available for desktop computers and mobile devices. It offers such options as measuring distances between points, elevation changes along a route, and the ability to view property through several types of map layers. Users can find locations using an address locator, land lot number, park or trail name or polling place.

The GIS Viewer also offers quick access to such commonly requested data as zoning, parcel/property lines and ownership, city limits, and Historic District boundaries.

Information: http://bit.ly/2ly926v



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