Parks and Recreation

This website will provide you with answers to the following types of questions related to your department. If you have difficulty accessing this information or would like to take full advantage of the resources available on this website please attend one of our GIS Web orientation sessions to be held in November 2005.

What types of trees are planted in our public land and how are they contributing to a cleaner environment?
Where are our Hike and Bike Trails?
Where are Public Parks located?
What is the Aerial View of this Site?
Where are the Emergency Facilities located in our City?
Who is the owner of this property?
What is the Contact Information of the Home Owners Association of this Subdivision?
What are our Street Address Ranges?
What are our Evacuation Routes in times of emergency?
What are the Housing Characteristics of this part of the City? (ex: Total Housing Units, Year Structure Built, No. of Rooms, Occupied Housing Units, Owner-Occupied Units, Monthly Owner Costs by Mortgage Status, etc)
What is the Contour Characteristic of this piece of land?
What is the legal description of this property?
What is the status of our Capital Improvement Projects?
Where are our Hike and Bike Trails?
Where are Public Parks located?
Where are the Survey Monuments Located?
Is this property in the Flood Plain?
What type of facilities are available throughout our Parks System?
What are the General Demographic Characteristics of this part of the City? (ex: Total Population, Sex and Age Categories, Race, Household Relationship, Households by Type, Household Occupancy, Housing Tenure and Household Size, etc.)
What are the Economic Characteristics of this part of the City? (ex: Employement Status, Commuting Mode to Work, Occupation Type, Industry Type, Family Income Level, etc. )
What are the population characteristics (age, sex, martial status, etc.) of the people living within one mile, two mile, three mile etc., of this property?
What are the Social Characteristics of this part of the City? (ex: School Enrollment, Education Attainment, Grandparents as Caregivers, Veteran Status, Disability Status, Nativity and Place of Birth, Language, Ancestry, etc.)
What is the 1990-2000 US Census Population Comparative Ratio?