Geographic Information Systems
Geographic Information Systems at DEEP plays an important role in the DEEP's mission of protecting and preserving the environment for present and future generations. DEEP develops and maintains a statewide automated geographic storage and retrieval system that can rapidly integrate and analyze large amounts of spatial map and file data over any selected geographic area.
DEEP develops and shares geospatial information with federal, state, and municipal government agencies such as the U.S. Geological Survey, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Connecticut Department of Public Health, Connecticut Department of Transportation, and the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management.
Visit our GIS Data Download Page
Our GIS Data page provides a wealth of GIS data available for download in NAD83 coordinate system via an ftp site. This allows for faster downloads for larger files such as orthophotos and topographic data. Check out GIS Data for DEEP's environmental resource downloads.
CT ECO Website
Other Data Download or GIS Related Links
- Visit the University of Connecticut Map and Geographic Information Center (MAGIC) website for more GIS data downloads.
- DEEP participates in Connecticut’s GIS User to User Network, which provides a forum for GIS issues in Connecticut.
For further information regarding Geographic Information Systems in the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, please contact:
Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
Office of Information Management
79 Elm Street
Hartford, CT 06106-5127
Telephone: (860) 424-3540
Content Last Updated on December 23, 2019