Mapping / GIS

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computerized method of storing and analyzing location and other information about a specific object. An object can be a building, a parcel of land, a street, a zoning district, etc.

GIS is used in many ways by City staff to make decisions, and the primary responsibility of the GIS staff is to respond to requests for maps and data analysis. In addition, several GIS resources have been made available to the public online. Use the links below to download PDF maps and access interactive mapping applications.

Mapping Applications

Check out the different applications available to use to view geographic information about Holland.

PDF Maps

Browse a variety of static PDF maps provided by the City.

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