Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The Central Texas Council of Governments uses GIS to support emergency response, economic development, and project planning throughout the seven county region. The GIS program is also tasked with development of solutions for member entities involving GIS and various forms of technology.
The Central Texas Council of Governments provides a range of services to our regional partners, assisting them with municipal planning, emergency preparedness, demographic analysis, and environmental protection. See all of our services below.
- 9-1-1 Addressing
- Emergency Response
- Hazard Mitigation
- Transportation Planning
- Demographic Analysis
- Population Projections
- Economic Trends
Interactive Online Maps
Regional data in Geodatabase (GDB) Format. Includes City limits and ETJ, Commissioner, Justice of the Peace, and Voting Precincts, Counties, Fort Hood, Roads, Railroads, Rivers, and Lakes.
Last updated 5 October 2017.
(Compressed GDB file, 15MB)
Our maps and GIS datasets are provided by CTCOG for informational purposes only and no guarantee of accuracy or completeness is intended or implied. The data is provided “as is”, and may be subject to updates and/or refinement. The data may not be suitable for legal, surveying, or engineering purposes.