Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are a tool allowing a user to visually display, manipulate, and analyze digital mapping data to illustrate spatial relationships between objects in the real world. GIS is utilized by a number of Village departments to complete a variety of useful tasks.
Village GIS Data:
Detailed mapping data is available in ESRI Shapefile file format and Google Earth file format. Please contact the Planning Department for further information at (914)762-6232.
Town of Ossining GIS Data:
This database will provide you with information on tax parcels located in both the Town and Village of Ossining, such as:
Westchester County GIS Data:
Westchester County offers both paper maps and digital mapping data for public use. The County's Department of Planning can be reached at (914)995-4400. Below are links to several County mapping resources:
Mapping Westchester County: This interactive GIS tool will allow you to locate addresses, find elected officials and community services, view aerial photos, and access a variety of other useful data.
Other GIS Data available from Westchester County:
New York State GIS Data:
The website above contains downloadable GIS data layers for all 62 counties in New York as well as data from state and federal agencies. Digital Orthoimagery is available and can be viewed through an online viewer. You will need a GIS application to access the downloadable data.
Reproductions of the maps listed above can be made for a nominal fee. Please contact the Planning Department for additional information at (914)762-6232.
Paper Zoning Maps can be purchased for $10 from the Village Planning Department and Village Building Department, Ossining Operations Center, 101 Route 9A, Ossining, NY 10562.
*Disclaimer: The information and maps available on this web site are compiled from various sources and subject to constant revision. These maps should not be used to determine the relationship of various facilities to property lines, streets, buildings, etc. They are for advisory purposes and are intended to be used for general public inquiry only.