GIS - Maps

What is GIS?

What is GIS? A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a collection of computer hardware and software used to conduct geographic spatial analysis illustrated by points (fire hydrants and light poles), lines (streets, water and sewer lines) and polygons (area - parcels/property, zoning, city boundary). The city uses GIS to map utilities (electric, sewer and water), streets, snow routes, zoning, parcels (land ownership), etc. to provide spatially accurate information which can be distributed as hard copy maps or digitally for utilities, community development, police department and the public. For more information about GIS please visit:

City Maps

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City of Delta GIS Data Disclaimer

Data are being provided on an "as is" basis and may contain errors of content, completeness and positional accuracy.  Data are retrieved from several sources including, federal, state, county and municipal agencies.  The City of Delta specifically disclaims any warranty, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to the use of the data for establishing legal title, boundary lines, precise location of improvements, ownership, maintenance easements or public rights-of-way.  The entire risk as to quality and performance of the data is with the user.  In no event will the City of Delta or its staff be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or other damages arising out of the use of these data.

Delta County Internet Mapping Resources

The County of Delta's Internet Mapping Resources offers the ability to view geographic data and aerial imagery with relative ease.  Geographic data can be parcel information, streets, municipal boundaries, zoning, land cover, etc. which when combined, allows the user to view those layers of data all at once.  The user can turn the different layers on and off for any combination of data according to their needs.

Delta County Maps