NECCOG has been providing GIS services for more than 10 years. NECCOG provides online mapping, including the most recent tax parcel data, aerial photography, zoning, wetlands and a variety of other layers. The application is free of charge and runs in most current web browsers. NECCOG GIS delivers the information created and stored by NECCOG through a “Cloud” delivery system. This approach offers the most cost-effective and flexible means for this program. In addition to parcel data, the system provides a range of other land use layers.

Our GIS department supports NECCOG’s and our member towns’ planning, transportation, environmental and community development services and projects. Our GIS services also include the ability to preform build-out analyses for future planning and decision making. In addition, the department works very closely with its members to facilitate the sharing of GIS data among government agencies and with the public to ensure the information is accurate, up-to-date and readily available.


Disclaimer – NECCOG Map Viewer

Welcome to the new NECCOG GIS Viewer. Instructions on how to navigate and search are included on the Home Panel. If you should have any questions or comments you may contact Jim Larkin at or (860) 774-1253 ext. 15. The public information contained herein is furnished as a public service by NECCOG. All of the information provided on this website is a matter of public record. The information on the website may not be current and may not reflect actual status as of the retrieval date. NECCOG makes no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability for the use of this information and assumes no liability associated with the use or misuse of such information. Data displayed on this map is for informational purposes only. The parcels are not survey accurate and are meant to show a representation of property lines. Property assessment information is supplied by each municipality’s assessor. Assessment questions should be addressed with the town assessor.

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