Every month we will feature a map or application created in BostonMaps
A Story Map featuring coffee hour dates and sites
Join Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department for the 17th Annual Neighborhood Coffee Hour series in local parks citywide from May 6th to June 17th. All participants will enjoy coffee and breakfast treats provided by Dunkin' Donuts, fresh fruit from Whole Foods and a flowering plant grown in the City's greenhouses.
The property viewer allows you to zoom in on a specific parcel to find Assessing Department information on property ownership, building and land valuation, lot size and more.
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City Officials Impress with Maps at 2011 ESRI Conference
At the 2011 ESRI International User Conference, representatives from the City of Boston demonstrated the City's use of GIS applications to attendees, highlighting how the applications are being used to engage citizens and improve the City's efficiency and effectiveness.
Technology Solutions Award 2014
Public Technology Institute, GIS category for BostonMaps
Significant Achievement Award 2011
Public Technology Institute for SAM, Street and Address Management
Technology Solutions Award 2010
Public Technology Institute, GIS category for the GIS Data Hub
Special Achievement Award 2009
Esri for significant achievement in GIS