Geographic Information System Program

Welcome to Concord's Geographic Information System (GIS)


 
This site provides access to an interactive online map with a wealth of information about what's where in Concord.

Click on image below to Connect

Connect to Concord's MapsOnline

What is a Geographic Information System?

A Geographic Information System (GIS) displays geographically-referenced information in the form of electronic map displays. 

  • Map data appears in the form of various

    data layers

    (e.g. Buildings, Roads, Parcels), many of which can be queried for more detail. 
  • Map

    layouts

    can be modified to suit your needs by panning and zooming to the appropriate extent, and turning layers on and off as you please.
  • You may

    print your own map

    layout from the online map; you may also view and/or print various prepared maps.

Who Uses GIS?



Homeowners

  • View your entire property using 3" resolution aerial imagery, from above, or North/South/East/West
  • Locate basic Assessor data for your property, or any other in town. (The Assessing website provides access to complete online property data.)
  • Find your Flood Insurance zone

Developers, Real Estate Agents / Evaluators

  • Search for and zoom to specific addresses
  • See property value and other useful information for any parcel

Town Employees

  • Locate street addresses within online forms (permits etc.)
  • Locate abutters to individual or multiple properties for legal notifications

Getting Started


You can get started by viewing our MapsOnline Tutorial,  demonstrating the use of all aspects of Concord's online mapping system, or you can...

just dive in!
Connect
 to Concord's MapsOnline

Other Online Map  Resources

Abutting Towns

Each of our neighboring Towns maintains a similar online GIS service, including:

- Acton Online Maps
- Bedford Online Maps
Carlisle Online Maps
Lincoln Online Maps
Maynard Online Maps
Sudbury Online Maps
Wayland Online Maps
  

MassGIS


The Commonwealth of Massachusetts provides a state-wide Geographic Information System, including Oliver, their online data viewer.