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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)



Design, Protect, Thrive.

  • College student? Learn how GIS is used in your field of study!
  • High School student? Learn why GIS training can be invaluable part of your college plan!
  • What's your passion? Your ambition? Learn how GIS is used to inspire the world!

More details to come so check back frequently! 

Save the date!

November 14th, 2023

10 am - 3:30 pm

Sullivan County Community College, Seelig Theater Facilities

112 College Rd, Loch Sheldrake, NY 12759


Tantalizing Tidbits: Just to spark your interest we are providing a sneak peak into some of the proposed abstracts we have recieved thus far! 


GIS in... Highlighting... Presented by...
Careers Careers in GIS ESRI
Construction Technology GIS Use in Construction Technology SCGIS
Criminal Justice Crash Analysis NYSDOT
Liberal Arts History through GIS Story Maps To be Confirmed
Local Government GIS use in Search and Rescue SC SAR
Math & Sciences Monitoring Statistics through GIS Dashboards To be Confirmed
Psychology & Human Services Intervention & Prevention using GIS To be Confirmed
Sports, Fitness, and Wellness Outdoor Recreation using a GIS Web Experience SCGIS

Please note: Participants are still registering so this list may change as submissions are confirmed! The final list will be posted in October after the confirmation process has been completed. If there is a topic above that inspires you, let us know! You may use the contact info at the bottom of this page. We'll do our best to include it in our final agenda! 


The Sullivan County ITS, GIS Program staff are committed to providing high quality GIS data and services to the public. Our GIS team develops and maintains data hosted in the Sullivan County GIS Infrastructure. This data is then used to provide maps, apps, and data to commercial vendors, government organizations, non-profit organizations, and the general public. Day-to-day operations include database development, data creation, data maintenance, app development, custom map orders, and GIS problem resolution.




Explore our newest app!

The Sullivan County Planning Division, Sullivan County Parks and Recreation Dep't, and the Sullivan County ITS: GIS Program are excited to introduce our new Explore our County Parks web experience! This multi-media experience is designed to encourage you, visitors and residents alike, to locate and enjoy the many beautiful parks and trails maintained by the county for your enjoyment. Interest piqued? Be sure to check out the Pick Your Destination page and the Hiking in the Catskills page in the experience as well! You can use the links to get directions to your adventure, obtain more information on your destination, or explore the parks maintained by our local municipalities. For our travelers and visitors, this experience is designed to be device intuitive so you can discover our county parks right from your device! Come experience the beauty that is Sullivan County!

How can we help you?

Need data?

Our Sullivan County Open Data Portal is back up and ready for your downloading needs! We thank you for your patience as we rebuilt the portal to accommodate our new infrastructure. If you experience difficulty accessing or using the open data site please feel free to contact us via email using the link at the bottom of this page. We apologize for any inconvenience.

  • View free, open source GIS data.
  • All data is licensed under a CC Attribution-ShareALike 2.0 Generic License. Users of this data and information certify that it will not be used for solicitation or fund-raising purposes. Please see item metadata/details page for additional information and disclaimer.
  • We are developing new data, and improving existing data, on a consistent basis so make sure to visit again!

Need answers?

Most visitors can answer their questions using the Interactive Mapping Apps below.

To view the app gallery in a full browser window, click here


Contact us:
Sullivan County Gov't Center
Information Technology Services
100 North St
Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 807-0110
Email: GIS Program