The Department of State Lands (DSL) offers a variety of GIS - Geographic Information System - services and products for the public. Three departmental employees provide assistance on data development and mapping for the land management, waterway leasing, wetlands, removal-fill permit, South Slough and other agency programs.
DSL's GIS program uses the most current geospatial technology (ESRI, ArcGIS, ArcIMS, ArcGIS Server, ERDAS, Lizard Tech, Trimble GPS) to provide both desktop and online mapping resources for customers and staff.
In 2010, the agency led the development of a Web-based Statewide Land Inventory System for 20 state agencies with land holdings. The inventory is the first comprehensive mapping of state land ownership, and is currently a beta version.
State Land Inventory System - ArcGIS Server site (FLEX)
Online inventory of land owned by all state agencies (created by DSL)
Public online mapping via ESRI’s ArcIMS
DSL's ArcIMS site for public use which does not require an authentication login
Public online GIS Mapping via ArcGIS Server
DSL's public ArcGis Server site for public use which does not require an authentication login
Essential Salmonid Stream Map/List
Current list of all Essential Salmonid Habitat streams in tabular form (*.txt format)
Randy Sounhein, Agency GIS Coordinator: 503-986-5270
Dan Antonson, GIS Analyst, Land Management: 503-986-5216
Justin Russell, GIS Analyst, Wetland and Waterways: 503-986-5219