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The City uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a tool to visualize information and integrate a wide variety of data to assist with planning activities, problem-solving, and decision making. City of Bloomington ITS GIS staff are responsible for the development and maintenance of the City’s central enterprise geodatabase, creating and updating datasets, producing cartographic maps, providing data analysis, and developing web mapping services and applications to support operations of City Departments, Boards and Commissions. The City of Bloomington GIS division is part of the Information and Technology Services Department.


Visit the Bloomington Geospatial Hub (GeoHub) to access web maps, dashboards, and applications. 


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The GeoHub is the primary public resource for the delivery of content from the ITS Department’s GIS Division. The GeoHub allows for easier access to GIS content and increases transparency within our community.




GIS Data Disclaimer

All GIS and electronic database materials, and any services which may be provided related thereto, are provided "as-is" without any warranty of any kind, and all warranties on merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are hereby disclaimed. Read the Full Data Disclaimer