Geographic Information Systems

The City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computerized intelligent mapping system composed of maps, data, and the tools to create, manage, analyze, and display these maps and data in a variety of ways. The GIS Department is responsible for creating and maintaining this system. GIS services include:

  • Creation of new ward boundaries to better represent the Derby population
  • Providing builders with information such as where a new house should connect to the sanitary sewer system
  • Tracking and planning maintenance and repair of various city infrastructure
  • Tracking and analyzing crimes, incidents, accidents, and citations
  • Use of storm water system maps to help meet regulations as required by the EPA’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)
  • Provide information to assist with the planning of proposed developments and improvements

Commonly Requested Maps

Derby Street MapTrash Route Map
Hike & Bike Path MapRecycling Pick-up Schedule
Ward MapTornado Siren Coverage Map
Zoning Map
Snow Route MapDerby Public Schools Boundary Maps