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Friday, August 1, 2014

Arkansas Centerline File Updates: Dallas and Sharp Counties

Thanks to the addressing officials in Dallas and Sharp Counties, the Arkansas Centerline File is updated on GeoStor.  This brings the total number of counties updated on GeoStor in 2014 to 22. To check out the status of the Arkansas Centerline File, please visit http://www.gis.arkansas.gov/Programs/acf_stat.html

To download the data:  http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html?id=7628086e5ee8eef5bdb16ed5a91f47a9

To download from FTP: ftp://ftp.geostor.arkansas.gov/Public_Statewide/

Thanks to the Dallas County, Sharp County and all of the state's addressing officials for providing their data for public use on GeoStor!

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Updated Arkansas Oil and Gas Well Data on GeoStor

The Arkansas Oil and Gas Well data set is updated on GeoStor. 

Download:  http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html?id=31e95b86d96a426c50f462d2627850de

FTP: ftp://ftp.geostor.arkansas.gov/Public_Statewide/ [Filename: UTILIT_OIL_AND_GAS_WELLS_AOGC.shp]

Thank you to Jeremy Ramsey and all of the folks at the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission for sharing this valuable resource with the public through GeoStor!

Friday, July 25, 2014

First Time Publication: Dallas and Sharp County Address Points

The Address Point File (APF) is updated on GeoStor.  This update includes -- for the first time -- address points for Dallas and Sharp Counties; it also includes an update for Marion County. This new dataset is provided to you through a joint partnership with Dallas and Sharp Counties, Connect-Arkansas and the Arkansas Geographic Information Office.  This brings the total number of 911 address points residing on GeoStor to 1,211,932!  Counties, municipalities and other addressing officials are doing some impressive work to bring the vision of a statewide addressing point file from that, a vision, to reality.

Statewide Status Map:  http://www.gis.arkansas.gov/Programs/acf_stat.html

Download:  http://1.usa.gov/1kMCge7

FTP: ftp://ftp.geostor.arkansas.gov/Public_Statewide/  (Filenames: STRUC_SITUS_ADDRESS_PT)

Thanks to Dallas, Marion, Sharp, and all of the state's county 911 addressing officials for sharing their data with the public through GeoStor.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

ZIP+4® Centroids Updated on GeoStor

ZIP+4® centroid coordinates have been updated statewide.  This update includes new records assigned by the US Postal Service.


For history on the publication of ZIP+4® centroid coordinates visit this article.


ZIP+4® on GeoStor: http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html?id=6e7404d488159239cc34c09c01f4e4b5

ZIP+4® on Statewide FTP: ftp://ftp.geostor.arkansas.gov/Public_Statewide/

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New on GeoStor: Arkansas Education Cooperatives Boundary Data

The Arkansas Education Cooperatives Boundary data is now available on GeoStor.

 The Arkansas Education Service Cooperatives represent geographic areas of the state that are designed to provide leadership, administrative, technical support, resource sharing, purchasing certain services and supplies, and professional development for teachers and school districts within the cooperative area. Each cooperative contains a number of member school districts. The individual school districts are nested within each cooperative area. The outer boundary of the Education Service Cooperative are coincident with the School District boundaries. There are 15 education service cooperatives throughout Arkansas.

To download:  http://1.usa.gov/1obtEPS
Statewide FTP:  ftp://ftp.geostor.arkansas.gov/Public_Statewide/  [ADMIN_EDUCATION_COOPS_BOUNDARY...]

Thanks to the Arkansas Department of Education for sharing this data with the public via GeoStor!

New on GeoStor: Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Data

The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Historic Districts are now available on GeoStor.

The Arkansas Historic District dataset contains the boundaries for all historic districts in Arkansas. The districts are formally designated through a process administered by the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program. These areas typically contain a concentration of buildings where half the structures are at least 50 years old and represent important elements of the areas. Property owners within the District may become eligible for federal tax credits through rehabilitation projects.

Download this data:  http://1.usa.gov/1kbY84M
Statewide FTP: ftp://ftp.geostor.arkansas.gov/Public_Statewide/  [ADMIN_AHPP_HISTORIC_DISTRICTS...]   

Thanks to Tony Feaster and Ralph Wilcox at the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program for sharing this quality data with the public via GeoStor!

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Arkansas Centerline File Update: Marion County

Thanks to the addressing officials in Marion County, the Arkansas Centerline File is updated on GeoStor.

To download the data:  http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html?id=7628086e5ee8eef5bdb16ed5a91f47a9

To download from FTP: ftp://ftp.geostor.arkansas.gov/Public_Statewide/

Thanks to the Marion County and all of the state's addressing officials for providing their data for public use on GeoStor.