9/7/2017 3:02 PM
In response to Hurricane Irma potentially impacting North Carolina, CGIA, in
coordination with the NC 911 Board and i-cubed, is making available the 2017 six-inch
orthoimagery for the 26 counties of the Eastern Piedmont (shaded green). Quality control on this imagery has not been completed yet but is being provided as-is given the current circumstances. The imagery was captured between late
January and late February 2017 as part of the 911 StatewideOrthoimagery Program. The 2016 Coastal Plain imagery is also part of these web services.
View in ArcGIS desktop, add the GIS server
using this url:
View in a custom application using SOAP or
REST use one of these urls:
View in open source software or CAD use one
of these urls:
WMS (web map service): http://gisservices.datadoors.net/i3_ArcGIS/wms/576179aa-aad1-42ee-a0dc-cc346e242d8f?
WMTS (web map tile service): http://gisservices.datadoors.net/i3_ArcGIS/wmts/576179aa-aad1-42ee-a0dc-cc346e242d8f?
NC OneMap also has updated
parcel ownership information for all of these areas.
The interim image services will remain
available until Monday, October 30th, 2017. If there is a need expressed by the community to
extend that timeframe then it may possible to accommodate that. However, it is
imperative that you let us know if you need this.
Thanks go out to the NC 911 Board and i-cubed, a provider of geospatial imagery
data and solutions based in Fort Collins, CO, for hosting the image services on
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North Carolina now has a parcel data set that includes all 100 counties and areas comprising the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians.
36 counties have recently been added to NC Parcels.
The 2014 orthoimagery is now available from the NC OneMap GeoSpatial Portal. Read on for all of the details.
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