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Maps | Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

State of Michigan Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

The State of Michigan Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Mapping Site provides access to GIS data, and information across the GIS community in Michigan. The site is maintained by the Department of Technology, Management, and Budget's Center for Shared Solutions in collaboration with state agencies and other partners. 

Aerial view of Downtown Lansing
Aerial view of Downtown Lansing

GIS Open Data Portal

The Michigan GIS Open Data Portal provides the GIS community with an easy to use single point of entry for all State of Michigan open geospatial data. Use the Portal to browse, search, preview, and download a variety of Michigan geospatial datasets.


Romney
Romney

Upcoming GIS User Group Meetings

August 1st, 2024 10:00 am, Statewide GIS User Group Meeting


Program Partnerships

Statewide Hydrography GIS Program

Today, Michigan has a statewide geographic information systems (GIS) hydrography layer depicting rivers, lakes, and streams that was digitized at 1:24,000 scale during the early 2000s from USGS topographic quadrangles. At 1:24,000 scale, the location accuracy of features can be off as much as 40 feet. The Department of Technology, Management, and Budget's (DTMB) Geospatial Services team is coordinating an effort to improve the GIS hydrography data on a statewide basis. 

Hydrography Program

Michigan Statewide NG911 GIS Repository

The Michigan State Police (MSP) 9-1-1 Administration Section launched the Statewide NG911 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Repository in 2012 to prepare for Next Generation 911 (NG911) GIS data preparation and interoperability. The repository provides a platform for all Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) across the state the ability to upload their GIS datasets required for NG911 into a data format aligned with National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards. 

NG911 Repository

Transportation Asset Management Council

The Transportation Asset Management Council (TAMC) is comprised of professionals from county road commissions, cities, a county commissioner, a township official, regional and metropolitan planning organizations, and state transportation department personnel. The Council reports to the Michigan Infrastructure Council and the State Transportation Commission. The Council reports to the Michigan Infrastructure Council and the State Transportation Commission. Council members are appointed to 3-year terms. The Center for Shared Solutions (CSS) is the central data storage agency of the Council and serves as a non-noting member. The activities of the Council are supported by the TAMC Coordinator and MDOT. 

TAMC

Michigan Statewide Authoritative Imagery & LiDAR Program

The Michigan Statewide Authoritative Imagery & LiDAR (MiSAIL) program continues to evolve. Partnerships opportunities for imagery and LiDAR are available, and include access to the Michigan Imagery Solution (MIS), a State of Michigan managed secure imagery viewing service.

Michigan Statewide Authoritative Imagery & LiDAR Program

Capitol building grounds
Capitol building grounds

GIS Mailing List

Stay engaged with the Michigan GIS community through the Michigan GIS Mailing List

Learn about upcoming events, educational opportunities, and GIS job postings


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