Updated 2015 aerial imagery of the city of San Angelo is available on the City Geographic Information System’s online maps. Users can access the high-tech maps from cosatx.us/GIS.

Using the City’s GIS online mapping tool, the public can overlay map layers that detail parcels, addresses, utilities, zoning, election information and streets. This ability to overlay customized map layers adds functionality to the City GIS online maps that isn't available in Google Earth.

Having current imagery is also useful to City personnel in their daily duties and in providing customer service to everyone in San Angelo. Those duties include quickly locating City assets (such as water valves during a water main break or hydrants during a fire), providing accurate 911 service and assisting with development processes in the community.

“The combination of up-to-date imagery and the overlay map layers is an extremely useful tool for everyone who uses the information, whether they are developers looking to locate utility lines, voters determining which City Council district they live in or homeowners double-checking where their property lines are,” GIS Manager Mike Smith said.

Updated 2015 aerial imagery of the city of San Angelo is available on the City Geographic Information System’s online maps. Users can access the high-tech maps from cosatx.us/GIS.

Using the City’s GIS online mapping tool, the public can overlay map layers that detail parcels, addresses, utilities, zoning, election information and streets. This ability to overlay customized map layers adds functionality to the City GIS online maps that isn't available in Google Earth.

Having current imagery is also useful to City personnel in their daily duties and in providing customer service to citizens. Those duties include quickly locating City assets (such as water valves during a water main break or hydrants during a fire), providing accurate 911 service and assisting with development processes in the community.

“The combination of up-to-date imagery and the overlay map layers is an extremely useful tool for everyone who uses the information, whether they are developers looking to locate utility lines, voters determining which City Council district they live in or homeowners double-checking where their property lines are,” GIS Manager Mike Smith said.