SANTA FE, NM - In recognition of Indigenous Peoples' Day, Santa Fe County offices will be closed on Monday, October 14, 2019. County offices will resume regular hours on Tuesday, October 15. Solid Waste Collection Centers are closed on Monday and Tuesday as part of their regular schedule. Collection Centers will resume regular hours on Wednesday, October 16. Essential services provided by Public Safety will continue as usual.
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division acquires, manages, interprets, analyzes and maps geographic data to ensure the county and the public can make better decisions. The GIS Division also includes the E-911 Addressing Section that is responsible for providing correct addressing to support emergency response services within Santa Fe County.
GIS Products and Services
GIS staff can create custom maps and digital products to meet your specific needs based on time and materials.
Interactive Map Services
The GIS Division is in the process of building a new Interactive Map Portal. This new map portal will replace the existing online map services page, improve access to County data, and provide users with additional resources.
Click here to visit the existing Online Map Services.
Santa Fe County presently has one mobile application available for download through iTunes and the Google Play store. The updated Trails app is now publicly available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store:
Santa Fe County Trail Maps by Mindshare Labs
Use this application to explore trails in Santa Fe County.
Not interested in a mobile app? Visit the Santa Fe County Interactive Trails Map using your computer or mobile device. This computer based interactive trails map is more robust and contains elevation profiles for each trail and, where available, photos of trails.Use this application to explore hiking trails in Santa Fe County.
Santa Fe County GIS Division
102 Grant Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Main Office: (505) 995-2732
Open 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Monday – Friday
A. Erle Wright
Common Questions Received
I am a surveyor. Where can I find information about survey monuments and/or control points within Santa Fe County?
Datasheets and information on First Order or better survey monuments are available on the National Geodetic Survey website:https: https://www.ngs.noaa.gov/datasheets/
I am applying for a development permit. What do I need from the GIS Division as part of the application process?
If you are applying for a County development permit, the GIS Division will provide a permit map, Address Verification Form, and a GIS Information Form. These documents need to be turned in with your Permit Application.
What are the types and sizes of maps that I can purchase?
The GIS Division produces a wide variety of maps, styles, and sizes. Including but not limited to: Site maps, Slope analysis maps, Contour maps, Adjoining (Buffer) property maps (for mailing notifications), and more. Sizes can range from Letter to Poster size. Maps can be purchased in hard copy format and/or in digital format. Please see the GIS Products and Services Price List.
I am a CAD user. Can I request GIS data in .dxf or .dwg format?
Yes. Provide GIS Division staff with the version (year) of the CAD program you are using and your preferred format (.dxf or .dwg).