Spatial Data Library
The Oregon Spatial Data Library
provides public access to reliable and up-to-date spatial data. The Oregon Spatial Data Library is a joint effort between the Department of Administrative Services Geospatial Enterprise Office and Oregon State University. Currently, hundreds of spatial datasets are accessible from the Oregon Spatial Data Library, including all of the statewide “framework” data available for Oregon. These datasets serve as “base data” for a variety of Geographic Information System (GIS) applications that support research, business and public services.
Web mapping services and utilities
Connect to GEO’s ArcGIS Server services
to deliver up-to-date information to your desktop
clients. Our services also include an address locator developed using statewide address point data.
Oregon Imagery Explorer
Orthoimagery is available for download and viewing via the Oregon Imagery Explorer
. The Oregon Imagery Explorer enables users to view, compare, stream, and download orthoimagery from multiple years extending from 1995 to the present.
30 Meter Digital Elevation Model (DEM) files
Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) were collected from the US Geological Survey (USGS), the US Forest Service (USFS), and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and are distributed in conjunction with the Baseline97 effort for Oregon. DEMs are made available in: "raw" source (ascii) files. All files are zipped using Info-ZIP.
To obtain DEMs from the GEO FTP site, please click below and follow the links to the block and letter of the quad(s) you are interested in obtaining:
10 Meter Statewide DEM Geodatabase provided "as-is" by ODF:
Digital Orthophoto Quadrangles
The Oregon Geographic Information Council (OGIC) and many other partners signed a memorandum of understanding MOU (pdf) to acquire imagery for Oregon.
Complete list of other GIS data providers