Compass Interactive Maps
A Geographic Information System (GIS) captures, stores, analyzes, manages, and presents data that is linked to a location. A map is a common product of GIS, but the strength of GIS is performing spatial data analysis. Data is described in terms of geographic features, meaning points can represent schools or parks, lines can represent streets or canals, and polygons can represent parcels or water bodies. These features have attributes, which are data records. For example, the streets feature would show you where the roads go, but the streets data would show you the road name, the speed limits, or road jurisdiction.
What is GIS?
Who is EGIS?A team of dedicated GIS professionals with varying skills and abilities who provide support for city departments, city management, elected officials, and the community. Our team provides spatial data and related mapping tools to enable staff and management to better serve the community. Our staff is committed to educating others about GIS applications and its capabilities, so they may be empowered to utilize these resources to their advantage.
Disclaimer: The City of Palm Bay uses the most current and complete data available. However, GIS data and product accuracy may vary. GIS data and products may be developed from sources of differing accuracy, accurate only at certain scales, based on modeling or interpretation, incomplete while being created or revised, etc. The City of Palm Bay reserves the right to correct, update, modify, or replace, GIS products without notification. The City of Palm Bay cannot assure the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of this information for any particular purpose. Using GIS data for purposes other than those for which they were created may yield inaccurate or misleading results. The recipient may neither assert any proprietary rights to this information nor represent it to anyone as other than City Government-produced information. The City of Palm Bay shall not be liable for any activity involving this information with respect to lost profits, lost savings or any other consequential damages.