- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Fee Schedule
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Fee Schedule
Hard Copy Map Fees: (paper costs are included)
|Size||Sparse Shading (per page)||Dense Shading (per page)|
|8.5 inches by 11 inches||$1||$1.50|
|8.5 inches by 14 inches||$2||$2.50|
|11 inches by 17 inches||$3||$3.50|
|24 inches by 36 inches||$8||$9|
|36 inches by 36 inches||$10||$20|
Please note: A map with over 50% of page shaded with solid black and white or color in is considered densely shaded.
Data CD/DVD: $1.00
Analyzed Data** on a CD media: $25.00
Cost based on a $25 per hour staff rate (minimum 15 minutes) plus media.
Data formats are Shapefiles (.shp), file geodatabase (.gdb), AutoCAD (.dwg, .dxf) or KML (.kmz) files.
Map output formats can be PDF, TIFF, JPEG, BMP, PNG
** Any creation or modification of new data and manipulation of existing data and maps.
This consists of existing maps (City Limits, Future Land Use Mapbooks, Zoning mapbook, Utility mapbooks, Stormwater mapbooks etc).
Print size will be based on the fee schedule listed above. (All those maps can also be downloaded from the map gallery for free).
Shipping is by Standard U.S Postal Service.
Other shipping methods are also available upon request - extra fees apply.
All data is in the State Plane Coordinates, NAD83 Feet (Lambert Conformal Conic)
Florida North, FIPS 0903.
City of Panama City data is compiled from a variety of sources mostly within the city Limits. Some data provided might be County wide and that may include areas outside of the city limits, but GIS services will be limited to only data that is within the city limits.
The GIS information is provided with the understanding that conclusions drawn from such information is solely the responsibility of the user. This GIS data is not a legal representation of any of the features depicted, and any assumption of the legal status of this data is hereby disclaimed. All utilities should be verified in the field.
If you notice any errors or omissions, please let us know so we can make your future data more accurate. Data within the GIS is constantly updated.