The Connecticut GIS Network is a voluntary association of individuals and organizations that use GIS-based technologies and data. The Network's purpose is to connect users, learn about GIS activities, explore collaborations and discover information resources - all of which promote a dynamic and innovative community of GIS users. The Network is not affiliated with commercial software, data or service providers. Membership is free and is open to all.
- CT DEEP GIS Open Data SiteDEEP has finally launched the state’s first GIS Open Data site. This open data site is the first agency hub site that will be tied into a statewide GeoHub for all agencies, as well as the State’s Open Data portal. Stuart DeLand and Bill Toussaint were instrumental in getting the DEEP Open Data site launched. […]
- Next CT GIS Network (Virtual) Meeting is Sept 25!Our next CT GIS Network quarterly meeting will be held virtually on Friday, September 25. Hope everyone can attend and see what new things are happening in CT! More details and web-ex access coming soon! Be sure you are signed up for the CT-GIS Listserv for regular updates. Click to view the Agenda Web […]
- CT GIS Day 2019GIS Day 2019 at Eastern Connecticut State University Connecticut GIS Day was held on Wednesday, November 13 at Eastern Connecticut State University. The event was free and open to the public and included presentations from GIS professionals across many disciplines, hands-on workshops, fun games including geoJeopardy and vendor bingo, a poster contest and of course, […]
CT GIS Network Logo Winner!
Congratulations go out to David J. Scherf, GISP Manager of GIS/Technical Services at the City of Torrington for designing the new CT GIS Network logo!
Thank you to all who submitted their creative artwork.
GIS Day 2019
CT GIS Day 2019 was held on Wednesday, November 13th at Eastern CT State University. Check out our GIS Day page for a recap.
CT Maps Competition
Calling all middle and high school students, teachers, parents and geomentors! The 2020 CT Maps Competition is gearing up and looking for your online map or StoryMap. Awards and recognition to the top 5 finalists in each age category plus a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to San Diego in July for the international Esri User Conference. Visit the CT Maps Competition page for details and a project timeline.