Esri's Internet mapping technologies add geographic data and analysis to a multitude of applications that serve organizations and communities in a variety of ways. Links to these and other Web sites powered by Esri technology are at www.esri.com/imssites. To be included, send a description of your mapping site and the URL to www.esri.com/imsregistry.
Township of Centre Wellington Interactive Online Mapping
The Township of Centre Wellington is providing interactive online mapping services to the public. For the first time, residents and members of the public can interact with maps of the region, clicking specific parts of each map to zoom in on areas of interest. In this way, site visitors can find addresses, intersections, and facilities and learn more about local businesses and tourist attractions. Built on ArcIMS, the application implements OnPoint, a software product that gives users the ability to post geographic data on the Web quickly without programming. The township GIS staff built Web portals and defined specific features and search capabilities easily. The application's administrative and design features helped to integrate the look and feel of the township's Web site.
Broome County GIS Portal
Broome County GIS has developed a number of Internet-based applications for county staff, the local municipalities, and the public in Greater Binghamton, New York. Users of the Broome County GIS portal have access to many different ArcIMS software-powered mapping applications. The most comprehensive of these is the Parcel Information System. This application enables users to search for parcels and display a multitude of related information and links and view additional map layers, including elevation, zoning, floodplains, wetlands, and three years of aerial photography. Users can also generate demographic reports and mailing lists.
Overland Park Crime Mapping
This interactive crime map is a resource for general information about criminal activity in Overland Park, Kansas. It is particularly aimed at people with an interest in a specific area, such as a neighborhood or apartment complex. When a user selects an area, a map will show a visual representation of where crime has occurred and a table that shows aggregate crime statistics for that area.