The District provides an extensive collection of digital aerial photos available through the Florida Images Inventory.
Our service office addresses and District maps pertaining to watersheds, planning regions and water restrictions, plus links to Google location maps.
The GIS database stores, manipulates and maps geographic and hydrologic information that supports the District’s planning, environmental and regulatory activities. The information also can be of value to many governmental agencies, private businesses and the public. Use of these data require a general understanding of GIS. The ArcView Shapefiles are distributed in self-extracting, self-executing (.exe) files for Microsoft Windows.
Review soil types, land uses and contours (five-foot and one-foot, depending on county) and locate District-owned lands — proposed, acquired, fee or less-than-fee. This map viewer may take a minute to open completely. The map viewer is not available from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. for maintenance.
A collection of benchmarks established by the District — searchable by section, township and range or by interactive map.
This program evaluates a watershed’s capacity to protect, enhance and restore water quality and natural systems, as well as achieve flood protection. Floodplain data have been developed for watersheds in the District and can be interactively viewed using our floodplain map viewer.