The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission’s GIS office has provided map & Geographic Information System (GIS) services to CCRPC staff and the 19 towns in Chittenden County since 1989. We also work cooperatively with many state agencies and non-profit organizations in our region. Our work centers on projects in the fields of land use, transportation, natural resources, emergency preparedness, and community development. Projects include town plan mapping, zoning maps, thematic mapping of natural, cultural and transportation resources, and limited GIS software support. Mapping products can be paper, digital and/or online interactive maps.
Featured Interactive Maps
ECOS Map Viewer
This map contains data which helped inform the Chittenden County ECOS Plan. The data is presented in five categories: Built Environment, Social Community, Economic Infrastructure, Natural Systems, and Transportation Infrastructure. | View the ECOS Map Viewer »
River Corridor Protection
This map provides a look at the various water protection buffers, corridors and flood zones within Chittenden County. Structures within any of these areas can also be viewed. | View the River Corridor Protection Map »
The majority of available GIS data for a town can be found on the following map viewers. Please contact Pam Brangan if you’d like to discuss developing a Map Viewer for your town.
- Bolton Map Viewer »
- Buel’s Gore Map Viewer »
- Huntington Map Viewer »
- Jericho Map Viewer »
- Milton Map Viewer »
- Richmond Map Viewer »
- Shelburne Map Viewer »
- Underhill Map Viewer »
- Westford Map Viewer »
- Winooski Map Viewer »
Project or Theme-Based Maps
The following maps meet a specific need for a project, town department or committee.
- Bolton Town Plan Map Viewer »
- Charlotte Wildlife Habitat Map »
- Shelburne Business Map »
- Shelburne Housing Map »
Vermont Open Geodata Portal
The Vermont Open Geodata Portal contains open geodata for download provided by VCGI and other publishers like ANR, VTrans, and the CCRPC; web and imagery services and APIs; information for developers; links to many online mapping applications; and information about how to use the site to download data and connect to services. | Vermont Open Geodata Portal »
For more information, please contact Pam Brangan, CCRPC GIS Data and IT Manager, at (802) 846-4490 x *22.