Perform a free Middlesex County CT public GIS maps search, including geographic information systems, GIS services, and GIS databases.
City of Middletown Crime Map View City of Middletown crime map by address, date range, offenders, events and other factors. Search Records
Cromwell Engineering Department City Maps View Cromwell Engineering Department flood zone maps list including notes, legend and scale. Search Records
Cromwell GIS Maps View Cromwell GIS map, including municipal boundaries, roads, highways and waterways. Search Records
Durham Town Government City Maps View Durham Town Government tax maps by number, boundary, road and water body. Search Records
East Hampton Town Government GIS Maps Search East Hampton Town Government GIS maps by name, address and parcel identification. Search Records
Essex GIS Maps View Essex GIS map, including municipal boundaries, roads, highways and waterways. Search Records
Haddam Town Government GIS Maps Search Haddam Town Government GIS maps by name, address and parcel identification. Search Records
Middletown City Tax Assessor's Office GIS Maps Search Middletown City Tax Assessor's Office GIS maps by address, owner, map lot, account, lot size and assessed value. Search Records
Middletown Town Clerk Website View Middletown Town Clerk general information page, including useful links and contact details. Search Records
Old Saybrook City Selectman City Maps View Old Saybrook City's maps and assessment data, such as aerial imagery, parcel boundaries, and fire protection locations. Search Records
Town of Avon GIS Maps View Town of Avon GIS general information, contact information and disclaimer. Search Records
Town of Chester GIS Maps View Town of Chester GIS maps, including roads, parcels and zones. Search Records
Town of Old Saybrook City Maps View Town of Old Saybrook interactive online flood maps, including assessments and land records. Search Records
Westbrook GIS Maps View Westbrook GIS map, including municipal boundaries, roads, highways and waterways. Search Records
Yes, in many cases the public can access GIS Maps. The National Map Program and geoplatform.gov are two services that make these maps available to the public. Some GIS Maps, particularly those that contain sensitive information or those produced by private corporations, are not open to the public.What is the difference between a hydrological and a hydrographic GIS Map?
A hydrological map shows the distribution of water on land and in the ground, including the effects of water, such as watersheds, erosion, and springs. A hydrographic map describes the physical features and conditions of navigable waters and the shoreline, including depths and currents. Hydrographic maps are also useful for surveying underwater land terrain.What is a historical GIS Map?
A historical GIS Map is a map produced in the past that uses GIS mapping techniques. The USGS provides an online map tool to look at historical GIS Maps for any U.S. location through the USGS Historical Topographic Map Explorer. This mapping tool includes maps that date back to the 1800s, when GIS techniques were first developed.