Geographical Information System

Please note: The online GIS website is temporarily down at this time. We are working on getting the site back up and running as soon as possible.  

Click on the map at left to access the City of Bridgeport's GIS. A geographic information system (GIS) is a powerful decision making tool that integrates and displays geographically referenced information. Click: For more information about what a GIS can do.

The Bridgeport Enterprise Geographic Information System provides instant access to information on all the Parcels, Zoning, Historic Districts, City Voter Districts, School Districts, Approximate Flood Plains, Aerial Photography (2005), and more. There are built-in maps under the quick maps tool for Parcel Mapping, Planmetric basemap, Aerial Photography, Zoning Map, City Council Districts, Approximate Flood Plain, Topography and School districts maps.

For more information Click Here to visit the online GIS website.

A guide to using the GIS can be found Click here.

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Contact Information

David Kooris
Director of the Office of Planning and Economic Development
999 Broad Street
(203) 576-7221