The Board of Selectmen today initiated a pilot test offering residents access to GIS mapping data via the Town’s website.  Historically, the only way for residents to access this information was to visit town hall and seek assistance. “GIS” is short for Geographic Information System. 

Residents who view the GIS map can see aerial photos of the town, review property information, view zoning boundaries, confirm the locations of wetlands, open spaces and flood zones, and see other important information. 

To access the GIS Map online, go to the Maps page on the Town website and click on the link for “GIS Map.” 

Residents who use the service via the website will see this disclaimer:

     “The data available here is updated in the normal course of business and may not always represent the most current information. In addition, some of the data contained herein may have been compiled from third-party sources and the accuracy of that information cannot be confirmed.

     The Town and AppGeo, respectively, do not make any warranty, representation, or guarantee as to the content, sequence, accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of any of the information provide herein. The user should not rely on the data provided herein without verifying its accuracy independently. The Town and AppGeo, respectively, explicitly disclaim any representations and warranties including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

     The Town and AppGeo, respectively, shall assume no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided regardless of how caused and for any decision made or action taken or not taken by the user in reliance upon any information of data furnished hereunder.

     If you identify any data problems please use the “Feedback” function to notify the Town and AppGeo.

    By using this site, you agree to MapGeo’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.”