The City'€™s GIS Department continues to add new features to its interactive map website, Residents can now view and print 2005 aerial jpeg photos of individual properties in the community. The new information also allows residents to compare how the community has continued to develop over the past few years. Residents can access the information free of charge.

Another new feature is the addition of water and sewer map book pages. These pages are designed to assist developers, contractors and engineers with accessing maps of sewer and water service areas. The original map webpage has been available since December 2003 and contains multiple theme-based layers that users can turn on and off as desired. Users can also perform a location search by address, street, park, or neighborhood association. This variety of functionality and features means the maps will benefit a wide range of Internet users.