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Rutland Region - GIS Maps
 

Benson Landing, Looking West

What is GIS?
GIS stands for "geographic information system" and refers to computer mapping tools and resources. When digital information is geographically referenced (meaning that the information is linked to specific places on the earth, using a system such as Latitude/Longitude) it can be used to create map layers as well as to perform analyses and even model hypothetical situations ("what if?" scenarios).

GIS has been used by the defense, natural resources, and planning communities for many years, and is now being used by many more sectors including transportation, marketing, utilities, emergency management, sales, and education, to name just a few. MORE INFO

Why is GIS important to you? MORE INFO

Where can I learn more about Vermont GIS? MORE INFO

Where can I download InfranView to use aerial imagery? MORE INFO

 
CURRENT MAPS (View Sample)
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Note
We are in the process of updating and cataloging other maps of the Rutland Region and individual towns. Eventually, we hope to have PDF maps available for each town and the region. This will take time. Please bear with us.

To View Maps
Maps are available on-line for viewing and download. These are typically the smaller format 11x17 inch black & white maps. These maps may contain color on them, but are designed for photocopying into a black & white format. These maps are in PDF, or portable document file format. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and/or print the maps.

 
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