Historically, Texans have turned to the Texas General Land Office for maps and other tools used to organize information about the natural resources this state has to offer. Besides historical maps, research, and data, the land office today uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), and computer-aided design (CAD) systems to compile, analyze, and distribute the most accurate information possible about the location of natural and human-made resources. These tools support the business functions of the General Land Office and serve as critical tools in the study and protection of our state's valued resources.
The Land Office website contains a collection of dynamic interactive mapping websites that give Texans access to the vast collection of spatial data available at the agency.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Data
The data layers represent a specific asset, leased asset, or natural resource within the State of Texas and are maintained by GLO personnel. Learn More
NEW! GISWEB Viewer
The GISWEB, an interactive mapping application, provides access to vast collections of land and energy related data at the Texas General Land Office. The GISWEB display upland and submerged Original Texas Land Survey boundaries, Permanent School Fund land, upland and coastal leases, oil and gas well locations, and current imagery.
CDBG Disaster Recovery Mapping System
This interactive tool displays the Community Development Block Grant Program information
NEW! Texas Coastal Sediments Geodatabase
The Texas Coastal Sediments Geodatabase (TxSed) is sediment related geospatial and geotechnical data. TxSed can be used to assist in identifying compatible sediment resources for proposed beach nourishment or habitat restoration projects, and can be used as an aid in the permitting/regulatory processes for such projects.
NOTE: These applications utilize pop-up windows. Users should disable pop-up blocking software and use SSL 2.0. When using Internet Explorer 7 or higher turn off Phishing Philter.
DISCLAIMER: The Texas General Land Office makes no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information depicted on this Web site or the data from which it was produced. The information represented is not suitable for navigational purposes and does not purport to depict or establish boundaries between private and public land.