Grants Pass GIS (GPGIS) maintains a central geodatabase containing all the spatial data for the city such as utilities, land use, environmental, planning, parcels, boundaries, addresses, digital imagery, and custom data sets for special projects.
GPGIS provides support services including ad-hoc maps, reporting, analysis, research, and geocoding to city staff, city council, committees, consultants, and the community. GPGIS staff are also instructors, having provided group and individual GIS training to over 100 city employees and have presented at GIS conferences.
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS ) data made available on this site is developed and maintained by the City of Grants Pass and Josephine County.
Every reasonable effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the maps and associated data. However, the City of Grants Pass and Josephine County make no warranties, expressed or implied, as to the use of the maps and data available for access at this website. There are no implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
The user acknowledges and accepts all inherent limitations of the maps and data, including the fact that the maps and data are dynamic and in a constant state of maintenance, correction, and revision.
Any maps and associated data for access do not represent a survey. No liability is assumed for the accuracy of the data delineated on any map, either expressed or implied.
Links to External Websites
The City of Grants Pass Website contains hypertext links to external websites. The City of Grants Pass is not responsible for the subject matter or accessibility of these external websites, and the City does not endorse any entity or product for which a link may be provided. External links are provided as a convenience for users of this site. Once you leave the City of Grants Pass Website via a link to an external site, the City of Grants Pass Privacy & Security Policies no longer apply.
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