Mapping and GIS
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a technology that is able to save, analyze, and display geographically referenced information. It works by recording the location of a feature on the surface of the earth and linking its location to information that further describes the feature. GIS is a powerful tool that aids in decision making, and can be used to perform a variety of tasks that include data analysis, tracking patterns, and maintaining accurate records.
Maps of Sullivan County
Overview of the county. Includes roads, streams, schools, State Parks, State Forest, State Game Lands, and other community parks.
Adobe Acrobat document [2.9 MB]
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Shows the natural gas development in Sullivan County. The information is gathered through various permit reports.
Adobe Acrobat document [369.6 KB]
PowerPoint_Progression from 2009 to 2012[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [9.0 MB]
Adobe Acrobat document [6.9 MB]
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Sullivan County has a 36” plotter that is used to produce detailed paper maps upon request. We also maintain several digital data layers that are available for purchase.
Open the Mapping and GIS Fee Schedule for additional information about data pricing and mapping services.
The Data Sharing Agreement must be signed and returned before the data can be released.
Sullivan Co DSA.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [117.9 KB]
Links to Free GIS Data
DCNR (Department of Conservation & Natural Resources)
- Bedrock geology.
- Links to USGS and PASDA data.
PASDA (Pennsylvania Spatial Data Access)
- Shapefiles from a variety of different themes and data providers.
- Shapefiles of municipal boundaries.
- Data on population, income, housing, employment, etc.