- Data Type: GIS Database
- Steward(s): UGRC
- Abstract: This data package contains datasets relating to 911 data in Utah. The data provided in this package conforms to the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards for the NG9-1-1 Data Model. The primary source for these datasets is the SGID.
Next Generation 911
The Utah NG911 GIS Database contains datasets conforming to the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards for the NG9-1-1 Data Model. In addition to the required Road Centerlines, Address Points, PSAP Boundary, Law Enforcement, Fire, and Emergency Medical Service datasets, the database also contains many of the recommended datasets including: Cell Towers, Counties, Hydrology Line, Streams, Lakes, Incorporated Municipalities, Mile Markers, Railroads, States, and Unincorporated Communities. This database also contains the recommended Road Centerlines’ Alias Names table and the Address Points’ Landmark Names Alias tables.
At first, UGRC will update the Utah NG911 GIS Database on a monthly cycle - in conjunction with our road update cycle. This dataset has been updated on this cycle since December 2017. Updates will become more frequent when UGRC finalizes a mechanism to receive direct edits from the authoritative data editors (ex: PSAPs, jurisdictions, sheriff’s office, etc.). This mechanism will ensure up-to-date, accurate data that UGRC will push into the Utah NG911 GIS Database. Updates to this NG911 database will become much more frequent when that mechanism becomes operational. It is our goal to keep these datasets as up-to-date and accurate as possible.
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There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset.
Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to Greg Bunce from UGRC at GBunce@utah.gov or 801-349-0039.
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- March 27, 2023