Pete Fellows, GIS Manager
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TRORC’s Online Maps
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission serves as a regional GIS service center, providing data services to our 30 member towns in Orange, Windsor, Rutland and Addison counties that encompasses 1,100 square miles of east-central Vermont.
We have been using GIS technology since 1989. We provide GIS services to TRORC towns and staff on projects that involve transportation, land use, and natural resources planning, emergency planning, and community and economic development. The GIS program includes creating, maintaining and updating data layers for parcel mapping, zoning, land use, transportation, natural resources and utilities planning. TRORC is responsible for technical data and application design, development, documentation, conversion, spatial and tabular analysis, information policy and dissemination, conversion and management of regional demographic and economic data.
TRORC’s mission is to provide technical assistance to our member towns. Projects include town plan mapping, zoning mapping, thematic mapping of natural, cultural and transportation resources, and limited GIS software support.
TRORC does not act as a tax map contractor but will provide extensive assistance to towns concerning tax map development that includes RFP development, review and assistance with contractor selection, review of deliverables, and continuing assistance with day-to-day office implementation. Additionally, TRORC will work with its staff of professional planners and with state agencies or other regional groups to produce regional GIS planning analyses.
TRORC will provide limited technical assistance to private firms on an ad-hoc basis. Services include data conversion to dxf/dwg, map creation, and map plotting. For more information, please contact Pete Fellows, GIS Manager.
An online catalog of maps for our communities is available in the “Member Towns” section of our web site, under the relevant town.
PDF files of 11×17 black and white town road name maps are downloadable free of charge. If you need printing services, please contact TRORC. Please note that there may be fees associated with the printing of any maps.