The efforts to ensure a full count of Texas for the 2020 Census are fully underway. Learn more about the efforts to 'Make Texas Count!'
The 1st quarter GIS Community meeting took place on January 14, 2020 at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Headquarters in Austin, TX.
Address Point Data from statewide stakeholders have been processed into a common schema, now available for download on DataHub.
Let our hands-on team of data specialists assist you with physical map products and other datasets, many unavailable online.Learn More about Research & Distribution
TNRIS hosts the State of Texas’s Geographic Information Office (GIO), an inter-agency initiative to collaborate and facilitate the effective use of G.I.S. in state and local government.Learn More about the Geographic Information Office
Our annual gathering of the Texas GIS community, showcasing the latest innovations and talent in the field.Learn More about the Texas GIS Forum