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The FredGIS system will be down the second Thursday of every month between the hours of 7AM and 8AM for maintenance. 

What is GIS?

Local governments use GIS (Geographic Information System) to identify and analyze data graphically. GIS displays information about parcels and property lines, building structures, neighborhoods, roads, addresses, zoning, resource protection areas, trails, and parks, just to name a few. This mapping information can be queried, displayed, spatially analyzed, edited/overlaid, and linked to other databases for the purposes of citizen response, planning, preservation, and public safety initiatives. GIS is an essential tool used daily by many City departments.

FredGIS offers citizens a fast and easy way to access City land information at anytime. Visitors to the site can search property information, view it in relation to neighborhoods, parks or other items of interest, map trails they may wish to explore, gather zoning and ward information, and see how the city has changed over the years. Patterns of development in the city can be viewed by looking at aerial imagery and building structures, or comparing aerial imagery from two different time frames.

Users can turn on and off layers of mapping data to quickly view electronic information. A “Markup” tool is also available which allows the user to draw on top of a map view. The altered map view is then available for export or printing. The system was designed to be easy to use and most information is accessible with the click of a mouse.

Tips for mouse usage

The City's GIS Team will:
Provide support to all City Departments, professionals, and the general public for the use of the GIS.
Develop and maintain GIS layer information for the enterprise system.
Interface the GIS maps with other City information for analysis.
Provide mapping products.

Would you like to see a new map layer created for FredGIS?  E-mail the GIS Team

Disclaimer
While the GIS Team strives to provide accurate and current mapping data, the information contained in the GIS is NOT to be construed or used as a “legal description.” It is not a survey product. It is not a replacement for appropriate deed research. Any determination of topography or contours, or any depiction of physical improvements, property lines or boundaries is for general information only and shall not be used for the design, modification, or construction of improvements to real property or for flood plain or Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act determinations.

The City of Fredericksburg does not provide any guaranty of accuracy or completeness regarding the map information. In no event will the City of Fredericksburg be liable for any damages, including but not limited to loss of data, lost profits, business interruption, loss of business information or any other pecuniary loss that might arise from the use of this map or information it contains.


Proprietary Information
The information contained in the City of Fredericksburg's GIS was created by and is the sole property of the City of Fredericksburg. Any attempt to reproduce or resell this information is strictly prohibited.

The data made available on FredGIS is updated periodically. If you believe any data provided is inaccurate, please inform the GIS Team via E-mail at .

Tax information does not appear on this GIS system. Users may contact the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue for the City of Fredericksburg or the Fredericksburg Treasurers Office to acquire this information. 


ACCESS FRED GIS

The FredGIS system will be down the second Thursday of every month between the hours of 7AM and 8AM for maintenance.