The WLIA Board recently went on record supporting DPI’s efforts to create the first-ever accurate statewide school district boundary map layer and encouraged DPI to establish a regular collection cycle of county school district data to keep that layer current. Reasons cited in the letter sent to the Division of Library and Technology included:
School districts have long been part of the ‘Election and Administrative Boundary System’ foundational element and the creation of statewide layers consistent with WLIA’s legislative priorities adopted in 2016. The board is encouraged by DPI’s recent progress and excited that, with continued support and participation, an accurate statewide school district map layer is within reach!
Please reach out by e-mail or phone, 262-306-2218, if you have questions or concerns.
Founded in 1987, WLIA is a grassroots organization representing a collection of concerned professionals working to develop, maintain, and apply a network of statewide land information systems.
We are united by an interest in land records modernization, GIS, and related technologies, and by the need for government policies and programs that support their efficient and effective application.