Geographic Information Systems

A Geographic Information System (GIS)  is a set of computer hardware and software that uses geographic data taken from maps, GPS units, satellites, and aerial imagery and connects those features with a database in order to manage, maintain, analyze, and display multiple types of information.

Departments and services utilizing GIS include Public Works, City Planners, Emergency Services, Neighborhood & Tourism, Economic Development and the Public at large.

Online Maps


We are in the process of updating our online maps for desktop and mobile devices. They will appear in the Online Maps section as they are completed.

If you have a request for As-Builts or GIS data, please use the GIS Request Form


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GIS Day is November 15, 2017!

On Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day, the City of Cedar Hill will showcase its GIS in action! Stay tuned for more details.                  

WARNING AND DISCLAIMER

THE CITY OF CEDAR HILL CANNOT AND DOES NOT REPRESENT, WARRANT OR GUARANTEE THE EXISTENCE AND/OR LOCATION OF ANY UTILITY(IES) SHOWN ON AS-BUILT PLANS.  DO NOT RELY ON AS-BUILT PLANS TO DETERMINE THE EXISTENCE OR LOCATION OF ANY UTILITY (WATER, SANITARY SEWER, STORM PIPES, CULVERTS, ELECTRICAL LINES, CABLE, ETC.)  THE EXISTENCE AND LOCATION OF UTILITIES MUST BE VERIFIED IN THE FIELD AND THE CITY OF CEDAR HILL ASSUMES NO LIABILITY FOR THE EXISTENCE OR LOCATION OF ANY UTILITY LINE OR STRUCTURE.