• Google Imagery License
  • High resolution (QL1) LiDAR data and surface models for Wasatch Front urban area (2013-14) now available.
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  • Built in partnership with Utah’s county governments, a statewide address point GIS data layer was added to the State Geographic Information Database (SGID) in June.
  • 2012 High Resolution Aerial Photography data and image services now available for Wasatch Front
  • The State Geographic Information Database (SGID)
    Access Utah’s richest resource of aerial imagery, geographic data, and services for a variety of mapping needs.
  • New Political Districts and Voting Precincts Datasets Available

    Political districts for elections in 2012 are available as GIS data layers.


AGRC has developed a best practices checklist for preparing data to load into a presentation themed SDE environment. We developed the document to help users who might be unfamiliar using enterprise RDBMS backed SDE databases to understand our data organization goals and possibly use as a starting point for their own storage decisions. In the …

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Statewide Lidar Plan for Utah

To aid the planning efforts for future Lidar acquisitions in Utah, AGRC and the Utah Department of Natural Resources have collaborated with various local, state, and federal entities to create the foundation for a Statewide Lidar Plan for Utah. The plan includes the Lidar Plan strategy document and map of statewide coverage priority and quality …

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Updates were made recently to the SGID10.Transportation.Roads feature class that resides on the Utah SGID ArcSDE database server. The updated Roads data is also available as shapefiles and file geodatabase files for download on the SGID FTP site. Geocoding services and ArcGIS Server Applications & Web Services are now using the updated SGID10.Transportation.Roads feature class. …

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Google Imagery (Update, July 2015)

A lot has happened since the initial Google Imagery license purchase at the first of the year. Top on the list is that over 180 Utah organizations have signed up to use the license. Below are some important information updates and highlights. URL-based Service Links (NCPU) We have been exploring improved access methods to the …

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New 84009 Zip Code in Salt Lake County

The US Postal Service recently assigned a new zip code, 84009, to be used for the portion of the existing 84095 South Jordan area that is west of the Bangerter Highway. The assignment took effect July 1st with a 1 year grace period for mail carrying the previous zip code for that area. AGRC has …

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UGS Updates Quaternary Faults Data

The Utah Geological Survey (UGS) updated the Quaternary Fault and Fold Database and Map of Utah on July 1, 2015, incorporating new data and a complete review of existing data through the end of 2013. Users of any Quaternary fault trace and related data acquired from the UGS or the Utah Automated Geographic Reference Center …

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Data Resources

Aerial photography

High Resolution Imagery, National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP), Digital Ortho Quadrangle (DOQ) and instructions for accessing imagery.

SGID data and downloads

Catalog of available mapping/GIS data, including description and usage information, and download links.

Base map services in ArcMap

AGRC provides several multi-scale base map service options that deliver pre-rendered base map tiles to your ArcMap session or to web app developers.

USGS scanned topographic maps (DRG’s)

The SGID contains a complete statewide coverage of scanned standard series USGS topographic maps, also known as digital raster graphics (DRGs).

Resources for Developers

If you’re a developer, this is the place to start You’ll find online space maps, geospatial widgets, geospatial web services and more. Also includes a developer team blog for all things dev.

Real-time GPS Network

The state’s network of permanently located GPS receivers across the state made possible through public and partnerships for real time high accuracy GPS positioning.