Information Across a Wide Range of Municipalities
Because there are certain unincorporated areas that collect taxes, our Municipal boundary layer also includes select Census Designated Places (CDPs) and unincorporated towns, Indian Reservations and Alaska Native Village Statistical Areas (ANVSAs), Naval Shipyards, all towns in the New England states and all municipios in Puerto Rico.
Updated on a quarterly basis, our Municipal Boundary Layer provides the latest annexations for all 50 states – providing the accurate intelligence you need to make insightful decisions.
Businesses seeking current municipal maps – as it relates to tax jurisdictions, town and city services, overlapping jurisdictional details and much more – can depend on the Municipal Boundary Layer for its up-to-date reliability.
Our Municipal Boundary Layer is updated each quarter to stay current.
Spatial Web Services
An interface that delivers a set of services and tools that allow you to easily integrate natural hazard risk, tax jurisdiction, parcel, and geocoding data directly into your applications. Using a RESTful API, you can now stream our geographic and natural hazard risk data to a variety of platforms and programming languages including Java, .Net, and PHP.
Shapefiles are available for you to load into your existing infrastructure.
Consulting Services are comprised of leading GIS scientists, insurance professionals, and senior professional software developers. This team collaborates to craft end-to-end solutions that can be easily deployed and sustained in-house or via our Web Services.