With hundreds of geospatial datasets from both public and private sources at our fingertips, Bi-State Geographic Information System (GIS)/Mapping staff are able to create attractive maps that communicate information and ideas clearly. Staff maintains geospatial data for the five-county region including roadways, railroads, water features, political boundaries (e.g., corporate limits), points of interest (e.g., schools, hospitals, attractions, etc.), trails and greenways, and parks. We also collect GIS data from our public and private partners for features such as aerial imagery, parcels and other cadastral features, demographic and economic data, Census and other political boundaries, floodplain, soils, wetlands, and many more. We combine all of these resources with extensive knowledge in GIS and data to make useful and attractive maps.