This version of NJSEA's Municipal Map encompasses 8 years of
data collected about its 14-constituent towns, including
historical to present geographic information. Municipalities
can gain access to these layers and records about properties
that falls within their respective municipalities and identify
pertinent information about each property in question. The
layers include: parcels, land use, zoning, wetlands, riparian,
encumbrance, FEMA and much more. In addition, MERI-GIS has
been compiling utility data from stormwater manholes to
sanitary lines so towns can visualize and further make decision
on existing infrastructure and conditions. Imagery accessible
on this application ranges from the 1930's to 2012. New data
will become available once they are complete. Visit MERI's
webmaps periodically for timely updates.
The information contained in this site is the best available according
to the procedures and standards of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority
(NJSEA)/Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute Geographic Information
Systems group (MERI-GIS) In order to maintain the quality and timeliness
of the data, MERI-GIS regularly maintains the information in their
databases and GIS layers. However, unintentional inaccuracies may occur.
MERI-GIS has made every effort to present the information in a clear and
understandable way for a variety of users. However, we cannot be responsible
for the misuse or misinterpretation of the information presented by this
system. Therefore, under no circumstances shall the NJSEA/MERI-GIS be liable
for any actions taken or omissions made from reliance on any information
contained herein from whatever source nor shall the NJSEA/MERI-GIS be liable
for any other consequences from any such reliance. All data request shall be
made directly to the GIS Department. Processing fees may apply and NJSEA's
data distribution agreement is required on all requests. The GIS Department
can be contacted at email@example.com
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