The city Public Works/Engineering Department has a GIS (Geographic Information System) Division that develops street, property, aerial, zoning, and other types of city maps that are available to the public.
What is GIS?
Local governments use GIS to identify and analyze data graphically. GIS displays information about parcels and property lines, building structures, neighborhoods, roads, addresses, zoning, resource protection areas, trails, and parks, just to name a few. This mapping information can be queried, displayed, spatially analyzed, edited/overlaid, and linked to other databases for the purposes of citizen response, planning, preservation, and public safety initiatives. GIS is an essential tool used daily by many City departments.
While the GIS Team strives to provide accurate and current mapping data, the information contained in the GIS is not to be construed or used as a "legal description." It is not a survey product. It is not a replacement for appropriate deed research. Any determination of topography or contours, or any depiction of physical improvements, property lines, or boundaries is for general information only and shall not be used for the design, modification, or construction of improvements to real property or for flood plain information.
This interactive map application allows citizens and visitors alike, to identify the public services available at any location within the City of Branson. Users can interactively pan and zoom to a location on the map, or, enter a formatted address and easily identify the zoning of the location, school district, elected officials, neighborhood information, flood zones along with detailed information about these. Users can also identify nearby medical facilities, post office, libraries parks and trails, as well as get directions to these locations.
The City of Branson welcomes you to the Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area. These 140 acres of wooded and rugged hill country allow you a retreat from the hustle and bustle of Branson. Designated as a Wilderness Area, this acreage has been set aside to preserve a portion of the natural Ozarks that has attracted tourists for many years. Both visitors and local citizens can enjoy this unique park with its woodland trails that wind through forest, along bluffs and across glades. The rough and demanding land abounds in lore and natural history, but it is also fragile and contains peculiar environments. From lush wooded forests to the open balds or glades, you can experience them in this area.
Welcome to the City of Branson's Parks & Trail System. This application is a virtual tour of the trails within the City of Branson. This virtual tour map will provide you with a look at the trails and some of their amenities, as well as identify what area of the City the trails are located in. It's a great way to plan your own Branson trail adventure from the convenience of your desktop or mobile device.
Lakeside Forest Trails Wayfinder is an interactive map that people can pull up on their smart phone or mobile device and navigate the trails at Lakeside Forest, utilizing the onboard GPS in their devices.
This Interactive Storymap illustrates historic landmarks around the City of Branson. Each location gives historical information, and for most sites, a current view of the landmark, as well as an image of the past
Many maps and items are available for a cost of reproduction fee. If you would like to order any, or don't see what you're looking for, please contact the GIS department and we will be happy to assist you.
|42 Inch Map||$15|
|Air Photo (hardcopy, D size)||$6|
|Contours Layer (digital, per square mile)||$6|
|Custom Map (D-size)||$5|
|Digital Orthophotography Layer (per square mile)||$4|
|Future Land Use Map (hardcopy, D size)||$5|
|Planimetric Layer (digital, per square mile)||$6|
|Street Map / City Limits Map (hardcopy, D size)||$5|
|Ward Map (hardcopy, D size)||$5|
|Zoning Map (hardcopy, D size)||$5|
The D size equals 24 inches by 36 inches.