Geographic Information Systems


A Geographic Information System (GIS) is about more than maps - it’s about the meaning behind the maps. GIS enables you to envision the geographic aspects of multitudes of data. Basically, it lets you query or analyze a database and receive the results visually in the form of a map.

A few widely known examples of GIS are online mapping sites such as Google Earth and MapQuest, but they also are essential analytic tools for scientists, public agencies and businesses. These data systems integrate maps with other information, such as land use planning, crime analysis, or project planning, to name a few. It allows users to get a picture of how given data relates to a location and help city planners assess the environmental and economic effects of their policies and make better decisions. Information can be a double-edged sword. 

As GIS applications emerge, some people worry that easy access to data about their property might threaten their privacy or security. It’s important to remember that most GIS applications use publicly available data and adhere to strict privacy guidelines. GIS also consistently delivers a return on investment including the following that we use to provide excellent customer service to our residents and visitors:

  • Better decision making
  • Cost avoidance
  • Increased accuracy
  • Productivity
  • Revenue
  • Time savings

We provide the following services:

  • Addressing
  • Application Development
  • Geographic Asset Inventory
  • Database Design and Management
  • Data Analysis
  • Data Collection
  • Data Conversion
  • Data Creation
  • Data Exports
  • Field Verification
  • Geocoding
  • Inter-local Communications and Data Sharing
  • Map Creation
  • Media - Hard Copy
  • Mobile Data Integration
  • Presentations
  • Public Information Request
  • Software and Hardware Research
  • Software Maintenance
  • Training/Workshops
  • Website Design and Management







102 SW 5th Street
Lawton, OK 73501
United States


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