Data, Mapping & Survey Resources
The data dissemination tool for accessing and mapping American Community Survey, Decennial Census, and other U.S. Census data.
Contains thousands of demographic and economic variables at state, county and local government levels.
Develops population and housing estimates and projections for all Wisconsin towns, villages, cities and counties.
Maintains an extensive list of economic development profiles and other data sources.
Center for Land Use Education.
Links to maps, online tools, learning resources, geospatial news and jobs.
GIS links to Federal and extensive Wisconsin systems.
The Wisconsin Land Information
Clearinghouse (WiscLINC) provides a portal to Wisconsin’s land
information web sites, geospatial data, viewable map services, and more.
Most county governments in Wisconsin are
developing interactive web mapping sites. This web site provides links
to county and municipal government web mapping sites and tracks sites in
Contains links to aerial photographs, maps and interactive mapping tools with a primary focus on natural resources.
CLUE used the 1964 map as a basis for an interactive web mapping application. The GIS database contains over 38,000 points representing important landscape and cultural features around the state as mapped in 1964. The data can be made available for research or class projects.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
The UWSP GIS Center provides online and in-person GIS training for both traditional and non-traditional learners.
LICGF publishes a series of Land
Information Bulletins, Technical Papers and other publications related
to the use of geographic and land information systems for planning.
Links to GIS training courses and data are also provided.