Utility Mapping

GIS (Geographic Information Systems) is a mapping system that allows people to spatially visualize, analyze, and manage data. Our GIS system maintains numerous layers that city employees can not only be accessed in the office, but in the field as well. GIS for utilities play an important role in management and everyday operations due to the fact that the employees rely heavily on accurate, up-to-date information. In order to provide high accuracy data, we make sure to GPS features that we track within our GIS system to an accuracy as high as 4 inches.

Within the City Utility GIS System, we update and collect information of the following:

  • 100+ miles of Water Mains
  • 1,384 Water Main Valves
  • 1,009 Fire Hydrants
  • 70 miles of Sanitary Sewers
  • 1,718 Sanitary Sewer Manholes
  • 19 Lift Stations
  • 60 Miles of Storm Sewers
  • 733 Storm Sewer Manholes
  • 2,869 Storm Sewer Inlets
  • 2,641 Street Signs
  • 607 Street Lights
  • 100+ Miles of Street Striping
  • 62+ Miles of Street Curbs
  • 106+ miles of Sidewalks
  • City Utility Easements
  • Property Corners
  • City Trails and Bike Routes

Contact Us

Ben Bond, GIS Coordinator
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (260) 356-1400 x 2022
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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