​FIRESCOPE Geographic Information System

The FIRESCOPE Geographic Information System Specialist Group (GIS)​ was established to coordinate geospatial data, products, tools and services, and related research and development for California's emergency management community for all hazards. Based on ongoing needs analyses, the group will facilitate development, maintenance, and access to standardized, consistent spatial databases designed to address various aspects of emergency management --planning, preparedness, response, and recovery. To increase the effectiveness of emergency response and environmental management, the Group will establish standards addressing scale, format, symbology, terminology, geospatial analysis techniques and methods including interoperability and distribution of geospatial products. The Group will provide recommendations on the training of GIS specialists and educate management about GIS capabilities. The Group will provide investigate and recommend methods and products for increasing organizational effectiveness and timely decision support. Finally, the Group will assess and meet the needs of both GIS technical staff and the final end users of GIS products.

The Group's efforts will create coordinated GIS solutions to meet emergency management needs, thus enhancing the ability of member agencies as well as FIRESCOPE to provide critical services.


 Upcoming Meetings






2021 Geographic Information Services Charterhttps://firescope.caloes.ca.gov/SiteCollectionDocuments/GIS Charter.pdf2021 Geographic Information Services Charter2021-04-14T07:00:00Z




 Plan Of Work



2021 Geographic Information Services Plan of Workhttps://firescope.caloes.ca.gov/SiteCollectionDocuments/GIS Plan of work.pdf2021 Geographic Information Services Plan of Work2021-04-14T07:00:00Z

 Group Documents