Allen Parish Police Jury announced residents now have access to a new interactive GIS website. The site utilizes the latest technology, allowing users to search things like FEMA flood zones, parish-owned bridges, tax districts, and more. The Allen Parish website is using recent data of high-quality aerial imagery taken last year in December.

This Website GIS is interactive and brings the Allen Parish map alive. Creating the site was no easy feat. It took a grueling 18 months of teamwork to get the project off the ground. Special thanks, in conjunction with the Allen Parish Police Jury, goes out to the many consultants, Allen Parish inter-agency cooperation, the Tax Assessor, the Sheriff's Department, and School Board who helped make it happen.

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