Where can I find Regional GIS Data?

Regional and Statewide datasets are available through the VGIS portal, www.vcgi.org, which is run by the Vermont Center for Geographic Information (VCGI). The data warehouse at the VCGI has a set of categories of available GIS data. Popular datasets include roads, e911 address locations, public conserved lands, etc.

Online GIS services are available from VCGI (the two links below are for the web viewer and GIS software-based services respectively):

Online GIS services are also available from the Agency of Natural Resources:

ArcGIS Online – ESRI (the large GIS company that makes ArcView) has developed these web services that is similar to Google Maps. You can search for maps and develop your own web applications.  TRORC has an ArcGIS Online site with several maps and services available.

Digital orthophotography (aerial photos corrected for elevation and airplane/camera distortions) comes in several flavors in Vermont. The Vermont Mapping Program has B/W photos with a nominal scale of 1:5000 (1″ = 417′) with 0.5 meter pixels. Also available are the USDA National Agricultural Imagery Program (NAIP) color 1-meter photos taken in August/September of 2003, 2008 and 2009. These are available through VCGI’s image library individually or an external drive for statewide coverage.

The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission has created a wide range of Regional Maps for a number of projects. If you are interested in a specific regional map, please contact us and we will do our best to assist you. Please note that there may be fees associated with the printing of any maps.