GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
Geographic Information System
(GIS)'s group mission is to establish a positive working relationship with Navajo Land Employees and their clients; to develop and manage
GIS and IT software and hardware. We provide various computer generated maps with land layers, boundaries and land status information on the Navajo Nation. Also, coordinate, guide,
and administer all digital information of the Navajo Nation´s land utilizing current technologies to integrate this data into an effective, efficient and productive medium to make
general informative maps available to the public.
The Navajo Land Department GIS section acquires data from numerous internal divisions, departments, with permission from respective sources for mapping purposes only. We do not share
this data. However, if one requires certain GIS data, please feel free to contact the respective owners (ex: Navajo Department of Water Resources, Navajo Division of Transportation,
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority, etc..), the Navajo Community Boundary Data, we use the US Census boundaries for the communities of the Navajo Nation, and if you require Grazing
Boundaries, please contact BIA area offices.
Also, process crime scene land status verifications for Federal Bureau of Investigation and Navajo Nation Department of Criminal Investigation.
Simple Disclaimer: The maps are provided to give a visual display of Navajo Nation Land data from various sources. See our staff for complete accuracy and most the current Navajo Nation
Land data information.
For more information please contact:
Byron Bitsoie Sr.
GIS Analyst/Acting GIS Supervisor
Computer Operator - Tuba City