The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) office is a Division in the Department of Technology and Information Management. The goal of the GIS Division is to provide City departments and local agencies with accurate geographic-based information and analysis tools to increase staff efficiency and reduce redundant mapping and analysis activities. The GIS Division was primarily serving the City as a mapping unit, responding to various project-specific mapping requests. The responsibilities of this Division have evolved since its original inception. The GIS Division is currently responsible for planning, coordinating, designing, creating, maintaining, and managing the development of the GIS data layers, databases, and applications. The division also provides GIS training to users, technical and operational support, and database administration necessary to guide the development and integrity of the citywide GIS.
Geographic Information Services(GIS) Data Disclaimer:
All information that is provided on this Mapping Service is believed to be correct. However, no liability is assumed by the City of Gulfport for errors in substance or form of any of the materials published on this internet site. The Division of GIS, City of Gulfport, provides the information represented here as a service to the community and makes every effort possible to provide quality information. However, no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this map are expressed or implied.
Any user of this map product accepts its faults and assumes all responsibility for the use thereof, and further agrees to hold the City of Gulfport harmless from and against any damage, loss, or liability arising from any use of this or any City of Gulfport map, mapping service or spatially derived data.
This gallery contains a collection of mapping applications that are available to view and search public information available from the City of Gulfport.
GIS Fee Schedule
Click “read more” to view the GIS Fee Schedule. Maps can be created of the flood zone, neighborhoods, wards, and more.
Brian Deming, Senior Analyst
Daniel Bounds, GIS Analyst