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Answers to frequently asked questions about GIS and the services we provide.

What is GIS?
GIS is an acronym for Geographic Information Systems. A Geographic Information System is defined as "an organized collection of computer hardware, software, geographic data and personnel designed to efficiently capture, store, update, manipulate, analyze and display all forms of geographically referenced informaton."

What types of maps are available?
Maps available for purchase are listed in our Map Gallery section. Maps are also available for download in PDF format in the same section.

How do I order maps?
Maps can be ordered online using the Map Order form located in the Map Gallery section. If you cannot find the map you are looking for, you may contact us for further assistance.

Where can I find more information about GIS? is a portal intended to educate anyone interested in geographic information and spatial referencing on the value that technology brings to their day-to-day activities.

Where is the GIS office located?
Our office is located in Port St Lucie City Hall, 121 SW Port St Lucie Blvd, Building A.

What are the current staff positions in GIS?
City employees, as well as citizens, have access to the GIS database and actively use the technology to support their daily operations. Providing core technical support to these users are four positions: (1) Software Application Manager, (1) Application Developer, (1) GIS Application Developer and (1) GIS Specialist.