The San Diego Geographic Information Source (SanGIS) is a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) of the City of San Diego and the County of San Diego responsible for maintaining a regional geographic information system (GIS) landbase and data warehouse. The JPA allows the City and the County to combine resources to meet common objectives to reduce duplication of efforts, maximize resources, provide for an efficient method of sharing information and provide timely updated data to the public.
The SanGIS mission is to maintain and promote the use of a regional geographic data warehouse for the San Diego region and to assist in the development of shared geographic data and automated systems which use that data.
SanGIS meets its mission statement through three primary functions:
The County and City geospatial landbase consists of over 17 data layers including lots, parcels, roads, addresses and open space easements. Additions, deletions, updates and corrections are made regularly to provide the most updated landbase possible.
SanGIS manages and maintains over 500 data layers in its spatial data warehouse. Layers are provided by the City, County, SANDAG, SanGIS and others. The spatial data warehouse is shared and used by the same entities.
SanGIS and SANDAG provide free public access to over 250 data layers in their joint Regional DataWarehouse. SanGIS also provides interactive maps, data extracts, and custom mapping services.
SanGIS' goals are to continue to meet their mission statement by: