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As of January 5, 2015, the Arkansas GIS Office integrated both GeoStor and the Office websites into one seamless website to better facilitate communication and cut down on confusion.

New Name, Logo, Website and Branding

On January 5, 2015, the Arkansas GIS Office launched its new website complete with a new name, logo and branding.

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Click the image to view PDF maps created by the Arkansas GIS Office

Recent Data Uploads

Arkansas 3D Elevation Program (3DEP) Public Meeting May 21st

On May 21, 2015 at 1:00 pm CDT, a public meeting will be held to discuss potential high-resolution elevation data projects for federal fiscal year (FY) 2016.  This meeting is designed as a forum for all interested stakeholders in the Arkansas 3DEP community to discuss potential high-resolution elevation data project areas, identify common areas of […]

System Outage Notice

  It’s time for some much needed system maintenance.  The Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure will be offline beginning on Friday, May 8th through the weekend until Monday May 11th.  Users should make your data request and fill your carts now for any data needed prior to the weekend.

Municipal Boundaries Updated for 99 Cities

Thanks to the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department, the statewide Municipal Boundary file is updated and ready for download: http://gis.arkansas.gov/?product=city-limit-polygon This includes updates to following 99 cities: Adona Alexander Austin Barling Bauxite Bella Vista Benton Bentonville Bethel Heights Bigelow Blue Eye Brookland Bryant Cabot Calion Campbell Station Cave Springs Centerton Central City Clinton Coal Hill Corning […]