The Wyoming Geospatial Hub 

The Wyoming Geospatial Hub is the primary site for the discovery and delivery of publicly accessible geospatial data produced, maintained and shared by various partners in the State. This resource consists of three loosely-coupled web applications, GeoHub Explorer, GeoHub Pathfinder and GeoHub Imagery  which provide multiple tools and techniques for finding and downloading data. Data is available in several formats including shapefile, KML, PDF, GeoTiff and CSV. While metadata is available for all geospatial data, only descriptive and contact information are provided for restricted access information.

The first transcontinental railroad was completed 148 years ago this month and the importance of the railroad to Wyoming's economy has not dimmed since. The railroad has played an important part in Wyoming's history and more information on how it has shaped Wyoming can be found through the Wyoming State Historical Society. This layer is linear features displaying rail lines through Wyoming and can be downloaded through the Geospatial Hub.

News & Updates

March 19, 2018 - The Wyoming Geospatial Hub Imagery Application has been updated to include 2017 NAIP Imagery.  All Imagery provided through the application is now in its uncompressed original format and rest end points for Imagery Services are available.

May 30, 2017 - Sever upgrades have been made and access has been restored.  Download functionality to GeoHub Explorer and GeoHub Imagery should now be fully opperational.

December 9, 2016 - The Wyoming GeoHub Imagery Server now provides 2012 and 2015 imagery packaged as the raw 4band data. Additional years of data coming soon. Visit the Imagery Server to check out the new data products.

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