GIS & Mapping
RiverCOG maintains a regional Geographic Information System (GIS), which is a database linked to digital maps of the Lower Connecticut River Valley’s built and natural environment. GIS data that RiverCOG maintains include municipal boundaries, parcels, land use, zoning, road networks, bus routes and stops, open space, water courses and bodies, wetlands and utility service areas. The data can be layered upon each other to create maps or used for spatial analysis. Examples of maps created by RiverCOG are below.