Denver Regional Council of Governments
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Denver Regional Council of Governments (unverified)
DRCOG Geospatial Team
Denver Regional Council of Governments
1290 Broadway STE 700:
80203 Denver, United States of America
A compliant implementation of WMS 1.1.1 plus most of the SLD 1.0 extension (dynamic styling). Can also generate PDF, SVG, KML, GeoRSS
Census Block Groups 2000 (DRCOGPUB:bg_2000)
Census Block Groups 2010 (DRCOGPUB:bg_2010)
U.S. Census Block Groups represents the U.S. Census block groups of the United States in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. This data contains demographic information from the 2010 Census.
Bicycle Facility Inventory 2011 (DRCOGPUB:bicycle_facility_inventory_2011)
Bicycle Facility Inventory 2012 (DRCOGPUB:bicycle_facility_inventory_2012)
Inventory of Bike Route Data from different jurisdictions for the entire DRCOG Region
Census Block Centroids, 2010 (DRCOGPUB:block_centroids_2010)
U.S. Census Block Centroid Populations represents the populations of the U.S. Census blocks as centroids for the United States. U.S. Census blocks nest within all other tabulated census geographic entities and are the basis for all tabulated data.
Census Blocks 2000 (DRCOGPUB:blocks_2000)
Census Blocks 2010 (DRCOGPUB:blocks_2010)
CBSA 2010 (DRCOGPUB:cbsa_2010)
U.S. Core Based Statistical Areas represents geographic entities, defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for use by Federal statistical agencies, based on the concept of a core area with a large population nucleus, plus adjacent communities having a high degree of economic and social integration with that core. A Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA) consists of a U.S. county or counties or equivalent entities associated with at least one core (urbanized area or urban cluster) with a population of at least 10,000 along with any adjacent counties having a high degree of social and economic integration with the core as measured through commuting ties with the counties containing the core. CBSAs are categorized as being either Metropolitan or Micropolitan. Each Metropolitan Statistical Area must have at least one urbanized area of 50,000 or more inhabitants. Each Micropolitan Statistical Area must have at least one urban cluster with a population of at least 10,000 but less than 50,000.
Census Counties 2010 (DRCOGPUB:census_county_2010)
U.S. Counties provides boundaries and demographic information for the U.S. counties. The boundaries are consistent with the tract, block group, and state data sets and are effective at county, regional, and state levels.
Census County Subdivisions 2010 (DRCOGPUB:census_county_subdivisions_2010)
County Subdivisions from 2010 Census
Census School Districts 2010 (DRCOGPUB:census_school_districts_2010)
School District Boundaries from Census 2010
State of Colorado Census Boundaries (DRCOGPUB:census_state_2010)
Census data for the State of Colorado
Census Urbanized Areas 2010 (DRCOGPUB:census_ua_2010)
2010 Census Defined Urban Areas
Census Zip Codes 2010 (DRCOGPUB:census_zip_codes_2010)
Census 2010 Zip Codes for the state of Colorado
Colorado State House Districts 2002 (DRCOGPUB:co_house_state_2002)
House districts for the state of Colorado 2002.
Colorado State House Districts 2012 (DRCOGPUB:co_house_state_2012)
The entire state of Colorado House District Boundaries in 2012
Colorado State Senate Districts 2012 (DRCOGPUB:co_senate_state_2012)
DRCOG Boundary (DRCOGPUB:cog)
Counties 2013 (Using NCR points) (DRCOGPUB:county_2013)
10 Counties that touch the DRCOG Region. Discrepancies between Counties resolved using Agreement Points from the Colorado North Central Homeland Security Region (NCR) as a guide. The NCR Agreement Points are agreed upon locations between Counties, where a road enters/leaves their jurisdiction. Boundaries were not necessarily snapped to the NCR Agreement Points.
Census Combined Statistical Areas (DRCOGPUB:csa_2010)
Census Data by Combined Statistical Areas in Colorado
DRAPP Tile Scheme 2012 (DRCOGPUB:drapp_tile_scheme_2012)
The tiling scheme for the the 2012 project area. This is built from PLSS sections.
DRAPP 2012, Flight Lines (DRCOGPUB:flight_lines_2012)
Flight Lines from the first 3 Project areas in the 2012 DRAPP Project
Greenprint Data - Parks & Open Space (DRCOGPUB:greenprint_parks_os)
Publicly Accessible Open Space Inventory - Denver Metro Green Space Study. (Copyright 2011. The Trust for Public Land. All Rights Reserved) In 2011, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) partnered with Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) to examine conservation priorities for children's access to green spaces, protecting riparian habitats, and enhancing regional trail connectivity across the 8-county Denver Metropolitan region. The study area for this project includes all or portions of the following counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Jefferson, Denver, Douglas, Weld, Broomfield, and Boulder. Study area boundaries were defined to encompass the Denver Regional 2035 Urban Growth boundary, using the MPO boundary to the east and the mountain backdrop to the west. A fundamental milestone for this project was to create an up-to-date inventory of publically accessible parks, green space, and trails. The dataset depicts publicly access parks and open space, with over 30 jurisdictions and organizations contributing data including: Counties: Adams Arapahoe Jefferson Denver Douglas Weld Broomfield Boulder Cities and Local Jurisdictions: Arvada Aurora Boulder Brighton Castle Rock Commerce City Golden Greenwood Village Highlands Ranch Ken Caryl Lakewood Littleton Longmont Louisville Parker Thornton Westminster Wheat Ridge Foot Hills Recreation District South Suburban Parks and Recreation Other Partners: Learning Landscapes DRCOG COMAP State of Colorado Colorado Open Lands
Greenprint Study Area (DRCOGPUB:greenprint_study_area)
Denver Metro Green Space Study Area. (Copyright 2011. The Trust for Public Land. All Rights Reserved)
From what I can tell this references the "hmws_added" table in the todmap database. I am unsure why the names don't match. This layer is utilized by the todmap layer group.
From what I can tell this references the "hmws_og" table in the todmap database. I am unsure why the names don't match. This layer is utilized by the todmap layer group.
Municipal Boundaries 2012 (DRCOGPUB:muni_2012)
Municipal Boundaries 2013 (DRCOGPUB:muni_2013)
Municipal boundaries of the DRCOG area. Discrepancies between Municipalities along County Boundaries resolved using Agreement Points from the Colorado North Central Homeland Security Region (NCR) as a guide. The NCR Agreement Points are agreed upon locations between Counties, where a road enters/leaves their jurisdiction. Boundaries were not necessarily snapped to the NCR Agreement Points.
NCR Agreement Points (DRCOGPUB:ncr_agreement_points)
Census Designated Places 2010 (DRCOGPUB:place_2010)
U.S. Populated Place Areas represents populated place areas within the United States that include both incorporated places and census designated places identified by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Four Major Project Areas of DRAPP 2012
Metro Vision Road Network 2035 (DRCOGPUB:road_network_2035)
RTD Data - Current Light Rail Lines
RTD Data - Current Park & Ride Locations
Transportation Analysis Zones (TAZ-2832) (DRCOGPUB:taz)
Transportation Analysis Zones (TAZ-2832)
Transportation Management Areas and Organizations (DRCOGPUB:tma_tmo)
Transportation Management Associations (TMA) and Transportation Management Organizations (TMO) boundaries for the DRCOG region.
Census Tract 2010 (DRCOGPUB:tracts_2010)
U.S. Census Tracts represents the U.S. Census tracts of the United States in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
Urban Centers (DRCOGPUB:urban_centers)
Urban Centers in The DRCOG Region
Urban Center Points (DRCOGPUB:urban_centers_points)
Urban Center Centroids in The DRCOG Region
US Congressional Districts 2012 (DRCOGPUB:us_congressional_districts_state_2012)
US Congressional Districts for the State of Colorado.
Layer-Group type layer: DRCOGPUB:tipmap
Layer-Group type layer: todmap