Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Goal
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division is a part of the Information Systems Department. The GIS staff creates, collects, and maintains geographic data. Our goal is to maintain the comprehensive spatial database capable of serving the needs of all city employees and the citizens of Batavia.

What is GIS?
A GIS is a computer system that links spatial maps with data. This unique system allows for analysis, modeling, and querying of data within a single database according to a location on a map. Examples of table-based geographic data include addresses, utilities, streets, wards and census blocks.

Data Collection
Batavia has been creating, collecting, and updating geographic data for over 10 years. GIS data comes from many sources such as Kane and Dupage Counties or by field collection done by city staff and consultants.

City Maps
You may view city maps online.

Data Disclaimer

Maps and data provided by the City of Batavia are not surveys or legal descriptions of land areas.  GIS data obtained from the City of Batavia is intended for representational use only.  This information, in either electronic or map form, is provided “as is”.  No warranty expressed or implied is made regarding the accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of the data, nor shall the act of distribution constitute any such warranty. This disclaimer applies both to individual use of the data and aggregate use with other data.

Data Sources

City of Batavia, Kane County, Dupage County, ESRI.com, HERE.com.