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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
GIS combines people, data, and technology to facilitate the integration, analysis, and visualization of geographically referenced information. GIS supports viewing, understanding, questioning and displaying data in ways that reveal relationships and patterns that can inform action at all levels. GIS in Chesapeake provides the 'WHERE?' for daily operations and emergency activities of the City.
For more information about the City's GIS program, web applications and geospatial data, please click on the links below: