Map Flint is a community-wide online mapping project, accessible and open to the public, which features a broad variety of data from numerous public sources. Map Flint users are able to view, customize and print maps from their work or home computer.
Map Flint is a collaboration led by the University of Michigan-Flint’s Department of University Outreach and the Geographic Information Systems Center, Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment. Funding support is generously provided by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and the UM-Flint Provost’s Office.
The Advisory committee is an ad-hoc group that currently has representation from the following organizations:
Philip L. Francis, III
Web GIS Developer, GIS Center, UM-Flint
Professor, Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment, UM-Flint
Project Coordinator, University Outreach, UM-Flint
Director,University Outreach, UM-Flint
Manager, GIS Center, UM-Flint
Community Outreach Coordinator, University Outreach, UM-Flint