Major Changes and Improvements to TNRIS Online Map Services

Effective August 31, all online map services will migrate to a different cloud provider.

What this change means to you:

  • The URL for all raster and vector services will change.
  • Web services URLs will be consolidated.
  • Web services will continue to be hosted as both ArcGIS and WMS services.
  • Fewer Orthoimagery web mapping services will be available, however they will continue to be available through our DataHub.
  • All NAIP, TOP, and StratMap image datasets will continue to be offered as web map services.

The benefits to you:

  • Increase in speed and image quality.
  • Increase in number of vector services published.

Also, we’re investigating the potential to publish elevation data services. Stay tuned for this update!

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Research & Distribution

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Let our hands-on team of data specialists assist you with physical map products and other datasets, many unavailable online.

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Geographic Information Office

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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.

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