San Diego GIS

Data Center Description
SanGIS was created in July, 1997, as a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA)
between the City and County of San Diego. After 13 years of working
together on data and application development, the City and County
decided to formalize their partnership in GIS by creating the SanGIS
JPA. Finding that access to correct and current geographic data was
considered more important than application development to County and
City departments, SanGIS focuses on ensuring geographic data are
maintained and accessible.

The mission of SanGIS is to maintain and promote the use of a regional
geographic data warehouse for the San Diego area and to facilitate the
development of shared geographic data and automated systems which use
that data.

Website: http://www.sangis.org/

[Summary provided by SanGIS.]