About SGRC GIS

Geography matters to all of us. What we each know about our geography makes a difference in the decisions we make each day: which route we take to work, where we vacation, where we shop, and where we choose to live. Each one of us knows something useful about our geography. Sharing what you know with someone can impact the decisions they make too.

Expanding on that principle, our local governments deliver vital services such as public safety, utilities, sanitation, elections, community development, recreation and the list goes on. These are tasks that are taken seriously and it calls for the best information in order to make the best decisions. Access to geographic information is just a click away on desktops and mobile devices around the local governments' offices. This gives hundreds of decision-makers and staff around our community access to a variety of geographic information. Just about anything you might run across in your daily travels across our community has been mapped and is being maintained in the Regional GIS database.

Region-Wide Interactive Maps

SGRC Interactive Map

SGRC Region Flood Zone Map

A searchable map of counties and cities in the Southern Georgia Region that displays the current FEMA Flood Hazard areas and any preliminary flood hazard data.

RECOP Interactive Map

RECOP

Regional Emergency Center of Operation

A map for local governments and emergency management personnel to use during severe weather and disaster situations

County Boundary Review Interactive Map

COBR

County Boundary Review

A map for local governments to review city limit boundaries reported by the Census Bureau vs. the SGRC boundaries. The U.S. Census Bureau conducts the Boundary and Annexation Survey (BAS) annually to collect information about selected legally defined geographic areas. BAS is used to update information about the legal boundaries and names of all governments. SGRC GIS can help you navigate the BAS process. Please contact us for further information.