The GIS Department is involved in merging all city utilities into a seamless interactive map of the City's infrastructure for the purposes of location, flow, network completeness, and inventory. GIS also determines the availability of services for new projects and whether there is ample capacity to support the project as well as planning and mapping to provide the needs of our Public Works infrastructure.
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Department is responsible for the development and management of the city's interactive mapping system and the physical mapping of all utilities that are maintained by Kuna's Public Works Department.
- Pressurized & Gravity Irrigation
This computer-based system connects maps and data together to provide user information and geographic knowledge to address many challenges in engineering and infrastructure management.
The city's GIS system utilizes the latest in ESRI Arc mapping and GPS technology combined with the added detail from Digital Orthographic Photography to produce accurate maps and data for the entire city.
The following maps have been placed on the website for your downloading and viewing pleasure. For public safety infrastructure maps can not be displayed openly to the public and custom maps are available upon demand, simply call the GIS department for additional maps and information
- City Limits Map (PDF)
- City Navigation Map (Large) (PDF)
- City Navigation Map (Small) (PDF)
- Kuna Municipal Irrigation Map (PDF)
- Kuna Zoning Map (PDF) (Updated December 2019)
Mike Borzick has 25 years of GIS experience and has been working for the City of Kuna for since 2008. Mike has worked in the GIS field since joining the United States Marine Corp in 1994.