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County Boundary Spatial Improvements – Draft Publication

In August the Arkansas GIS Office began sharing news  http://gis.arkansas.gov/2020/08/28/county-boundary-spatial-improvement-plan/  with GIS stakeholders regarding the need to improve the spatial quality of the County Boundary file. These changes are based on a policy adopted by the Arkansas GIS Board in early 2020. A key strategy of this plan is the release of a draft dataset […]

Data Updates: Parcel Centroids & Parcel Polygons

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce we’ve updated Parcel Polygons and Parcel Centroids! As always, we’d like to take this opportunity to give special thanks to each County Assessor and their staff for maitaining and providing this data available for download on the Arkansas Spatial data Infrastructure (ASDI) at gis.arkansas.gov.  Please read below for additional information […]

Address Points, Road Centerlines, & Address Locator Updates

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce that we have updated the SITUS Address Point File (APF) and the Arkansas Centerline File (ACF) on the Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure (ASDI) for the following Counties: Dallas, Searcy, & Pope. As always we’d like to thank all those involved in the critical  maintenance of these datasets. The APF […]

New Data: First Time Publication – ARDOT GPS Control

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce that we have published a GPS Control dataset maintained by the Arkansas Department of Transportation. We’d like to thank the ARDOT staff for maintaining and making this data available for download via the Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure (ASDI). This data represents over 3,600 survey control marks established […]

Data Update: PLSS Corner Control Points

In 2015, the Division of Land Surveys was merged with the Arkansas GIS Office. The Division of Land Surveys was created in 1973 with one of its primary goals being maintenance and perpetuation of the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) of Arkansas. Many modern-day legal boundaries, used in GIS, are tied to the PLSS including […]

Data Updates: AGFC & ARDOT

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce that we have updated the below data sets on behalf of the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission and the Arkansas Department of Transportation on the Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure (ASDI). As always we’d like to pass along our thanks to the staffs of both of these agencies […]

Address Points, Road Centerlines, & Address Locator Updates

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce that we have updated the SITUS Address Point File (APF) and the Arkansas Centerline File (ACF) on the Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure (ASDI) for the following Counties: Arkansas, Ashley, Cross, and Newton. Additionally we’ve updated the APF for Cross and Faulkner County. As always we’d like to […]

State District Courts First Time Publication

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce the publication of a series of State District Court boundaries. The Arkansas judicial system began studying the creation of state district courts as a pilot project to improve the effectiveness of the judicial system by reducing the number of district and city court judges, allowing a shift […]

Parcel Update: Nevada County First Time Publication

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce that we have published Parcel Polygons and Parcel Centroids for Nevada County for the first time. We’d like to thank both County Judge Mark Glass and Assessor Pam Box for their leadership in bringing Nevada County’s Parcel mapping project to a reality. Additionally, we have updated both […]

ARDOT Weight Restricted Highways

The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce that we have updated Weight Restricted Highways on behalf of the Arkansas Department of Transportation. We’d like to extend our appreciation to ARDOT staff for their efforts at making this update available. See below for additional details regarding where to download or access this data set. Arkansas Weight […]