The GIS Division strives to provide an updated and accurate enterprise-wide Geographic Information System (GIS) service that is utilized by departments and agencies to improve efficiency and decision processes. The City of Bridgeport currently uses ESRI, Inc. GIS software for data development and map making.
To maintain GIS data layers
To create maps of data for different projects and departments
To provide support for the data users' goals
To utilize the ESRI software to keep city limit, ETJ, and zoning maps up-to-date
iCommunities is an internet mapping service provided by the North Central Texas Council of Governments. The service combines internet and map technology with local government planning, economic development, and GIS resources. iCommunities can be used by citizens to view several items including the city limit boundary, ETJ (Extraterritorial Jurisdiction), FEMA floodplains, zoning, parcels, geodectic control monuments, contours, sewer, and water layers.
The data provided on this site is intended to be used as a guide for development; however, the data collection is still a work in progress and, consequently, not all of the data found on this site is complete. For more specific information or any questions pertaining to the data on this site, please contact Natalie Bilby at (940) 683-3413.