GEOhio Spatial Information Portal
GEOhio is an Open Data Portal that provides access to geospatial data maintained by the State of Ohio. Datasets are available to the public for download and have no use restrictions. The Ohio Department of Administrative Services - Office of Information Technology provides high performance networks and computing infrastructure so that GEOhio can providing public access to discover, view, and download data and services from State and Local government partners.
The Ohio Spatial Data Infrastructure (OSDI) consists of framework data themes that align with the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). As OSDI data sets are developed they are made available for through the OSDI Downloads site and the Map and Data Services site.
Many of the datasets offered by OGRIP can be easily viewed in some of our web mapping applications. For more advanced users, the data can also be downloaded and viewed with GIS software. OGRIP offers two main web applications for data download:
• Open Spatial Data Portal
• Ohio Spatial Framework Data Downloads
Ohio Spatial Framework Data Downloads
Imagery, LiDAR and Elevation developed through the Ohio Statewide Imagery Program
Ohio Location Based Response System Street Centerlines, Site Addresses and ancillary source data maintained by County partners.
Historic (c.1998) Digital Ortho Quarter Quad Imagery, Digital Raster Graphics and associated Digital Line Graph features developed in partnership with the US Geological Survey.
Open Spatial Data Portal
State and Local government agencies develop and maintain spatial data that have broad application. Information about these data can be accessed through this site. Citizens and GIS professionals can search for data based on either an area of interest or keyword search, view available services and metadata, search for contacts and download data.
REST Service Endpoints
More advanced GIS users can directly access data without downloading it. This is accomplished by directly connecting to our hosted map service endpoints on our public facing servers. Connection parameters in the form of URLs are provided for each available type of service for both application development and for connection to desktop GIS software.