A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer system that integrates hardware, software, and data in order to capture, store, check, and display geographic, or location-based, data. A GIS allows us to visualize, question, analyze, and interpret data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends in the form of maps.
GIS has become an integral tool at the City of Three Rivers, facilitating the production of maps and spatial analyses in support of internal City departments and the citizens of our community. The GIS Division is housed in the City’s Department of Public Services. For GIS or map-related questions, please call DPS at (269) 273-1845.
The City of Three Rivers interactive Zoning Map is for residents and businesses to view (and search for) zoning districts, streets, parcels and addresses. Click the graphic below to launch the city’s interactive Zoning Map. If you haven’t used the interactive map before, please refer to the help sheet or FAQs.
St. Joseph County’s GIS Department also has an interactive online map viewer with land information services. This map viewer can be accessed from the link below; please note the map viewer requires a Flash enabled web browser. For more information visit the county’s GIS Office or call (269) 467-5543.
For flood hazard areas within and around the City of Three Rivers click here. For additional information on rivers and other surface waterbodies, refer to the WATERS GeoViewer, a product of the EPA that can be used to display related data including hydrologic routing, water quality monitoring locations, water discharges and water impairment status.
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