The Cape Cod Commission's GIS Department has the ability to create interactive web-based maps. If you are interested in designing this kind of map for your project, please send an email to Anne Reynolds, GIS Department Director.
The Cape Cod Commission has developed Buy Fresh Buy Local Cape Cod story map in partnership with the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension Progam. This application promotes the Buy Fresh Buy Local Cape Cod program: connecting people on the Cape with locally grown farm and sea products.
For more information about the Buy Fresh Buy Local Cape Cod program, including membership benefits, contact Cape Cod Cooperative Extension.
The Cape Cod Commission has developed a user-friendly, web-mapping application »»»
for viewing the preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in May 2013 -- FEMA's first significant update of these maps in 20 to 30 years, resulting in many new properties included in the expanded floodplain. The FEMA maps must be adopted at Town Meeting for communities to maintain eligibility with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
NOTE: The Cape Cod Commission's regional, parcel-level viewer is presented as an information-sharing tool only. Questions about how to manage an individual property owner’s flood hazard risk are still best addressed locally, or through FEMA. Cape Cod Commission Planner Ryan Bennett can help facilitate those inquiries.
Using recent technology, the CCC updated the RPP web mapping applications. »»»
We feel this user interface offers many improvements, including the ability to view all regulatory maps in the same interface.
Please note that there are no changes to the data these maps display. Data updates are in line with the RPP schedule.
To access information for each of the Regional Policy Plan Maps, turn the layer on under the layers menu which is located near the center of the title bar. The parcels layer is set to only draw when the map is zoomed into the extent of approximately a neighborhood (1:20,000). Information about a particular parcel can be accessed by clicking on the map.
Significant Natural Resources - Data sets include wellhead protection areas, 350-ft. buffer of vernal pools, potential public water supply areas, priority and estimated habitat, DEP wetlands, and 300-ft. buffer from pond shore
Water Resources I - Data sets include public drinking supply wells, small volume wells, marine water recharge areas, wellhead protection areas, identified freshwater recharge, MMR plumes, developed areas, landfills,treatment plants and hazardous waste sites
Water Resources II - Data sets include marine water recharge areas, MEP watersheds, preliminary marine water recharge areas
Land Use Vision - Data set includes land use vision status