Oregon Geospatial Enterprise Office

​​​​Web mapping​​ s​​​ervices

​​Orthoim​​agery

​Summary

High resolution (1/2 meter for 2005 and 2009, 1 meter for 2011) color aerial photography and 1 Meter Black and White aerial phtotography (1995, 2000) developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) and a multi-agency partnership coordinated by the Oregon Geospatial Enterprise Office. The 2009 and 2011 Imagery are 4 band RBG and Near Infrared.  The imagery can be viewed or downloaded from can be viewed or downloaded from can be viewed or downloaded from Oregon Imagery Explorer. ​

​Projections & Protocols
GEO makes the imagery available through the Oregon Imagery Explorer. Services can be accessed in can be accessed in several protocols (REST, WMS, WMTS) as Dynamic and Cached services.  Cached Services are available as Oregon Lambert (2992) and Web Mercator (3857).
​Extent
Statewide 
​Links to dynamic services
​Links to cached services Web Mercator (3857)
Links to cached services Oregon Lambert (2992)

 

Administrative bound​aries

​Summary
The Oregon Administrative Boundaries service contains data on Oregon's city limits, urban growth boundaries (UGBs), and county boundaries. 
​Projection
Oregon Lamber International Feet (2992) 
​Extent
Statewide 
​Links

 

Hydrography Framework

​Summary
The Oregon Hydrography Framework service is a basemap containing the following datasets: water bodies, water courses, lakes, rivers, and HUC watershed boundaries (HUC 4-6). 
​Projection
Oregon Lamber International Feet (2992)  
​Extent
Statewide 
​Links

 
 

Statewide base map (cached)

​Summary
The statewide base map is intended to provide a simple, clear basemap for use in web mapping applications. Data included in this map service includes: administrative boundaries, roads, and hydrographic data. 
​Projection
Oregon Lamber International Feet (2992)
​Extent
Statewide 
Cache details
  • Tile Size: 256px
  • Cache levels: 11 (1:6K, 1:10K, 1:24K, 1:100K, 1:250K, 1:500K, 1:750K, 1:1500K, 1:3000K, 1:4000K, 1:7000K)
  • Format: PNG8
  • Origin: X: -130468831.354921, Y: 156703514.03043
​Links

 

​Web serv​​ice tools

Oregon address locator serv​​​ice

​Summary
This address locator service is a composite geocoder developed using Statewide Address Point data, Oregon transportation data (OR-Trans), Place Names (GNIS), zip code tabulation areas (from US Census), and Oregon city limits. Address fields are: Street, City, Zipcode, and State. 
Extent
Statewide 
Links

Instructions

Instructions to add the address locator in ArcGIS desktop:
  1. Click the Tools menu, point to Geocoding, then click Address Locator Manager.
  2. Click Add on the Address Locator Manager dialog box.
  3. Click the Look in arrow, choose GIS Servers, click Add ArcGIS Server to highlight it, then click Add.
  4. In the Add ArcGIS Server wizard, choose Use GIS Services and click Next.
  5. Choose Internet and type the following server URL:  http://navigator.state.or.us/ArcGIS/services. Click Finish.
  6. Choose ArcGIS on navigator.state.or.us from the ArcGIS Server list and click Add.
  7. Select the Locators folder and click Add.
  8. Select the locator you want to add (in this case, gc_Composite) and click Add.
  9. Click Close.

 

Quick link​s

​D​​iscl​​aimer

​The web services and tools provided here are currently in the beta stage. Users are cautioned that the content of these services is subject to change, and disruptions in availability are possible. GEO reserves the right to cancel any of these services at any time (see below on how to get advanced notice of changes). 

These products are for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for, or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. Users of this information should review or consult the primary data and information sources to ascertain the usability of the information. 

​The Geospatial Enterprise Office is seeking feedback from state agencies, and the public, regarding these web services, tools, and applications. Please contact us if you have any comments, questions, or requests for additional services. ​

gis@gis.state.or.us