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About GIS & Graphics

The GIS and Graphics (GISG) program supports member counties, communities, and in-house programs by providing a broad range of mapping and graphic design products. GIS efforts include the development of local and/or regional level maps; collection, analysis, and dissemination of demographic and spatial data; and collaboration with local GIS analysts and user groups. Graphic design services include logo design and vectorization; digital media, sign, and banner creation; and wide-format print production.

The data used by the GISG program originates from a myriad of sources. Most demographic data is from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Texas State Data Center, and Sites on Texas. Brazos County layers are provided by the City of Bryan GIS. Surrounding County layers are provided by the BVCOG 911 Program. Statewide layers are from the Texas Natural Resources Information System (TNRIS).

Contact Us

For more information about the GIS and Graphics program, or to request services, please contact Clay Barnett at clay.barnett@bvcog.org.