The District has been using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) since 2001. GIS consists of computer hardware and the software needed to analyze data that has spatial distribution. This data can be point, line, or polygon (area) and contains a set of characteristics or attributes associated with the data.
Staff members are able to produce multi-layered maps consisting of aerial photographs, soils, wetlands, topographical information, streets, tax maps, and other vital information pertaining to the area of Camden County. From these databases, the District is able to produce new data layers and is able to make predictions on a multitude of questions that may arise for a particular project. For more information, please contact the District Office.