Geographic Information Systems (GIS) use the latest satellite and computer technology to map out every street and address of county residents. This department plays a key role in tying Rural Addressing and Assessor’s parcel mapping together to form a strong tool that the county can use to plan for the future. Based on statistical data from various sources, the GIS Technical Services Department can create maps that reflect voting districts, flood zones, jurisdictional boundaries and much more. The mission for the Cibola County GIS Technical Services Department is to provide quality geospatial data along with GIS services to county departments and the public.
We are a technology oriented department that assists other Cibola County departments and citizens with mapping and data support. GIS is a technical field that is used for analysis and displaying of information through maps.
The department is responsible for managing and maintaining Cibola County’s mapped data. By implementing advanced database software, the department supports high performance management of large datasets which enables more efficient departmental workflows, multi-user editing of data, and ensures high-integrity storage of datasets. Internet Mapping allows the department to provide citizens and county employee’s access to real-time spatial data required for daily tasks via the internet/intranet.
Phone: (505) 285-2515
Darryl began working at Cibola County in July of 1991 when he was initially employed by the Data Processing Department. In 1999, Darryl took on the duties of Rural Addressing Coordinator and has worked in that capacity for the past 16 years. Later, he assumed the Flood Plain Administration duties.
Initially, he assisted Spatial Data Research, Inc., the Cibola County contractual services for Rural Addressing at that time, with data collection, and in 2001, assumed full responsibility of its maintenance. His department is responsible for the data collection of drive ways, road centerlines with their segmentation, and addressing structures, whether new or existing construction. Additionally, he provides flood plain information upon request.
GIS/Digital Parcel Mapper
GIS/Digital Parcel Mapper
Phone (505) 285-2555
Anna Larson attended New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico and Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. She obtained her Bachelors of Science degree in Equine Science before enlisting in the U. S. Army as a veterinary technician.
After leaving the Army she returned to New Mexico where she volunteered with El Malpais National Monument and learned GPS and GIS skills. From there she moved into wildland firefighting with the BLM and eventually wildland fire mapping.
She has worked for the County since 2007 and completely upgraded the Assessor’s parcel maps from the old hand drawn maps to a digital GIS mapping system.
We are open to the public during the following business hours:
Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until noon and 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm.
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and County Holidays.