Welcome to the Regional Data Catalog!

DRCOG maintains a large amount of spatial and tabular data that is crucial to regional planning and policy decisions. This data can be searched by keyword or browsed by subject. Spatial datasets can be previewed with OpenLayers (map viewer) and are available in a variety of formats, including KML, WMS, GeoRSS, and Shapefile.

To request additional information about DRCOG's data holdings, please send a message to geospatial@drcog.org.

When referencing DRCOG data, please use this format:
"Dataset Name" Regional Data Catalog. DRCOG, Publication Date. Web. Access Date. <URL>.

Example:
"Municipal Boundaries" Regional Data Catalog. DRCOG, 29 Apr. 2015. Web. 4 Dec. 2015. <http://gis.drcog.org/datacatalog/content/municipal-boundaries-2015>.

Title Description Last updated Data Formats
Municipal Boundaries 2015 Municipal boundaries within the DRCOG Region. Discrepancies between Municipalities resolved using Agreement Points from the Colorado North Central Homeland Security Region (NCR) as a guide, where available. The NCR Agreement Points are agreed upon locations between Municipalities, where a road enters/leaves their jurisdiction. Boundaries were not necessarily snapped to the NCR Agreement Points. 04/29/2015 Shapefile WMS KML
Municipal Boundaries 2016 Municipal boundaries within the DRCOG Region. Discrepancies between Municipalities resolved using Agreement Points from the Colorado North Central Homeland Security Region (NCR) as a guide, where available. The NCR Agreement Points are agreed upon locations between Municipalities, where a road enters/leaves their jurisdiction. Boundaries were not necessarily snapped to the NCR Agreement Points. 06/09/2016 Shapefile WMS KML
Municipal Boundaries 2017 Municipal boundaries within the DRCOG Region. Discrepancies between Municipalities resolved using Agreement Points from the Colorado North Central Homeland Security Region (NCR) as a guide, where available. The NCR Agreement Points are agreed upon locations between Municipalities, where a road enters/leaves their jurisdiction. Boundaries were not necessarily snapped to the NCR Agreement Points. 04/27/2017 Shapefile WMS KML
Nursing Homes Nursing homes from the DRCOG Network of Care site. 06/05/2017 Shapefile WMS KML
Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) 2014 A layer showing open space, parks, and recreation in the Denver region. The layer was derived from multiple sources including cities, counties, Colorado Ownership Management and Protection (COMaP) and Greenprint. All comments and questions should be directed to geospatial@drcog.org. 04/01/2014 Shapefile WMS KML
Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) 2015 A layer showing open space, parks, and recreation in the Denver region. The layer was derived from multiple sources including cities, counties, Colorado Ownership Management and Protection (COMaP) and Greenprint. All comments and questions should be directed to geospatial@drcog.org. 04/01/2016 Shapefile WMS KML
Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) 2016 A layer showing open space, parks, and recreation in the Denver region. The layer was derived from multiple sources including cities, counties, Colorado Ownership Management and Protection (COMaP) and Greenprint. All comments and questions should be directed to geospatial@drcog.org. 07/01/2017 Shapefile WMS KML
Planimetrics 2014 - Building Roofprints Outlines of visible/permanent structures captured at the corners of the roof (eave). Collected buildings with area >= 48 sq. ft. and over 5 ft. in height. Arms and indentations should be 2.5 ft or greater to be captured. Canopies, carport covers,and sheds should be included. For multi-level commercial/industrial buildings, capture each level as a unique record IF the building is >= 1000 sq. ft. and the multi-level roof levels are >= 400 sq. ft. in area and over 5.0 ft in height. 10/07/2015 Shapefile WMS KML
Planimetrics 2014 - Centerline Sidewalks Sidewalk centerlines (paved walks for pedestrians, "Point A to Point B" use) 10/07/2015 Shapefile WMS KML
Planimetrics 2014 - Driveways Polygon driveways - includes public and private. For sidewalk polygons meeting driveway apron, sidewalk always stays continuous and breaks driveway polygons. 10/07/2015 Shapefile WMS KML

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