Galveston has a history of commerce, culture, finance, and innovation. The City continues to adopt innovative technology by utilizing GIS to share its story with the world. As steeped in history as Galveston is- & as passionate as Galvestonians are about protecting their heritage- it’s no wonder the city is rich in historical landmarks. Galveston has over 90 and counting! No matter if you’re a virtual visitor from far away or born on the island, the City of Galveston, Texas hopes you will enjoy this story map.
Election Data for the City of Galveston. The purpose of this map is to display voting information for the upcoming elections. This data includes: poll locations, city council districts, and voting precincts. Click on the Early Voting or Election Day symbols for poll locations, addresses, dates, & times.
This data can be used to understand the natural processes by which changes occur to the beaches of Galveston Island, and can assist with identifying engineering and planning solutions along the island beachfront. Additionally, this information can assist with characterizing the beach conditions for potential FEMA assistance after storm events.
This map displays the City's Code Enforcement Cases within the last 12 months. Data is updated nightly. Users can select and clicked on for cases for additional information. Violations include: notice to vacate, junk vehicle, clean-up, inspection requests, repair requests, garage, graffiti, condemnation, items in the right-of-way, and trees.
To request GIS data, please visit the City Secretary's Office - Public Records page. Find information, view your requests, check archived items, or submit a new request.
Click Here To Go To Directly To The City of Galveston Public Records Website