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Rural addresses that are assigned by the county are used by 911 system to find you in case of an emergency. If your property doesn’t have an address, or has an incorrect address it can delay the arrival of help during an emergency. If you purchase rural property in Fremont County, you will need to contact the Planning Department to get a rural address (a.k.a. physical address, or fire number) assigned to it. Even if you are buying property that has an already existing house or business on it, you should check with the Planning Department to make sure there is an address assigned to it. If you are planning to build on your property, be aware that some utility services will not install stubs/lines of service to your...
ScienceCache was originally developed as a mobile device data collection application for a citizen science project. ScienceCache communicates with a centralized database that facilitates near-real-time use of collected data that enhances efficiency of data collection in the field. We improved ScienceCache by creating a flexible, reliable platform that reduces effort required to set up a survey and manage incoming data. Now, ScienceCache can be easily adapted for citizen science projects as well as restricted to specific users for private internal research. We improved scEdit, a web application interface, to allow for creation of more-complex data collection forms and survey routes to support scientific studies....
The Goal of this office is to accurately, equitably and fairly value all property in Hot Springs County according to state law. Uniform values are the basis of a fair property tax system. It is your right and responsibility to make sure that the information used to value your property is accurate and up to date. Property records are available for your review at all times, and we welcome your comments and concerns.
Additional documents pertaining to the Landscape-scale Energy Action Plan (LEAP) Expert Panel meeting held on March 14, 2012 in Lakewood Colorado. This meeting was held to introduce potential panelists to the LEAP project and discuss their role in the development process. Documents include a list of meeting participants; a draft list of Conservation Elements to be included in the Wyoming pilot Landscape-scale Vulnerability Assessment (LVA), some of which will be addressed by Expert Panels; and a list of spatial data sets that have been collected by the Wyoming and R6 offices for possible use in the LVA or related analyses.
Contact Johnson County GIS/IT and Rural Addressing.
Contact Weston County for information. 1 West Main Street, Newcastle, WY 82701-2121(307) 746-4633
This survey was used in a study on the use of scientific information in public natural resource management planning and decision-making. This survey was intended to help staff at the Southwest Climate Science Center (SWCSC), and others in the research community, gain a more specific understanding of the kinds of decisions made by public natural resource officials and to identify how scientific information, and in particular climate information, is obtained and applied in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) natural resource decision-making processes. Aside from questions and associated information, the survey document contains page logic describing actions taken in a web-based environment.
The Goshen County GIS (Geographic Information Systems) department is, as a recently created county department, still developing in terms of responsibilities. Primarily the department to date has been tasked with developing a geographic information system encompassing and incorporating available data from all sources as a means to both act as a data repository and more importantly to assist the county with planning and emergency information needs. The GIS department is initially tasked with creating and updating the county’s rural addressing and county road maps as a means to assist county agencies, emergency responders, other governmental entities and the public at large.
Assessing wildlife benefits and carbon storage from restored and natural coastal marshes in the Nisqually River Delta: Determining marsh net ecosystem carbon balance
Working in partnership since 1996, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Nisqually Indian Tribe have restored 902 acres of tidally influenced coastal marsh in the Nisqually River Delta (NRD), making it the largest estuary-restoration project in the Pacific Northwest to date. Marsh restoration increases the capacity of the estuary to support a diversity of wildlife species. Restoration also increases carbon (C) production of marsh plant communities that support food webs for wildlife and can help mitigate climate change through long-term C storage in marsh soils. In 2015, an interdisciplinary team of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) researchers began to study the benefits of carbon for wetland wildlife and storage...
Converse County established the GIS Department in 2006. The department is responsible for the development of the County's baseline digital spatial databases and for providing up to date mapping and data services to Converse County's departments, citizens, law enforcement and local government.
Agenda for the Green River Basin - Landscape Conservation Design, Oversight Team meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 22,2015.
Contact Crook County for information.
Contact Niobrara County for information.
Presentation given at the Landscape-scale Energy Action Plan (LEAP) Expert Panel meeting held on March 14, 2012 in Lakewood Colorado. This meeting was held to introduce potential panelists to the LEAP project and discuss their role in the development process.
The Water Resources Data System is a clearinghouse of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming. The water quality database can be searched by latitude and longitude, township and range, state and county, or by station number or name. Data are available in CSV file format.
Big Horn County, Wyoming is located in the northern part of Wyoming's Big Horn basin. Big Horn County was created from parcels taken from Johnson, Fremont, and Sheridan counties, and was organized in 1897.
Carbon County GIS/Rural Addressing
Uinta County Planning and Development Office provides access to a variety of map images for county zoning and planning.
We try to keep our GIS data as accurate as possible, however, mistakes do occur and changes are made on a regular basis. Our maps are intended for general information and are not intended to be used in place of an actual survey. Our office assumes no liability for the data contained in GIS maps. Data Costs: * Entire County Dataset: $550.00 * 8 ½ x 11 Ownership Map (no aerials): $3.00 * 8 ½ x 11 Ownership Map (with aerials): $5.00 * 11 x 17 Ownership Map (no aerials): $4.00 * 11 x 17 Ownership Map (with aerials): $6.00 * Special Request or Priority Charge: $25.00/hour extra For other data pricing requests please call 307-322-2858.