Vermont GIS Data News

April 14, 2017

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2016 4-band Ortho Imagery Now Available for Rutland and Windsor Counties!

The new vintage of digital ortho imagery has a base resolution of .3 meters (previously we collected .5 meter) with higher-resolution .15 meter imagery collected in most downtown and village areas. Check this online map for details on higher resolution areas and also which part of the state will be collected each year. The imagery collected in 2016 for the Rutland/Windsor area is now available for download in .jp2 format as well as via image service. Links to download and rest end point are found at the VT Open Geodata Portal. You can also choose to purchase the All Imagery data product (on external drive) if you would like the uncompressed .tif images.

New Lidar Data for Windham, Chittenden, Washington, Lamoille, and Orleans Counties Available!

Not only is newly collected lidar data for a big portion of the state available for download at the Open Geodata Portal (DEM, DSM, and contours), VCGI’s new lidar DEM and hillshade image services are available for the whole state (minus the eastern central portion of the state along the CT River which was collected in the fall of 2016 and should be available late in 2017). All new available lidar (including point clouds, which are not available for download) and their derivatives, as they become available, can be purchased on a single All Lidar external drive as well.

Updated E911 Data Has Been Posted!

E911 data, including esites, driveways, emergency service zones, and other related layers have been updated and posted for download at the VT Open Geodata Portal. More information about what has been posted can be found at the VCGI web site.

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