Data & Maps

CAPCOG’s data services offer timely census information, cutting-edge mapping, regional statistics, economic analysis and more to assist local jurisdictions, businesses, residents and other interested stakeholders in the Central Texas 10-county region.

Data & Maps

Inquiries, pricing & delivery

CDs, DVDs or prints of various data sets are available at the cost of reproduction plus labor and shipping based on a fee schedule. For advanced analysis or mapping, CAPCOG also can produce custom reports, with pricing dependent on data availability and level of analysis.

> Review GIS public information and customer service fees
> Complete the GIS Data inquiry/order form and submit it to CAPCOG by email
> For economic development data, submit an inquiry form for a follow-up


Capital Area Orthoimagery Project

CAPCOG’s Capital Area Orthoimagery Project, formerly known as the GeoMap Program, provides and maintains the region’s need for geospatial base-map data through a cooperative purchasing measure that receives volume discounts for the greatest geographic coverage.

> Discover the project


Capital Area Addressing & Referencing Map (CAAR Map) is a robust GIS dataset covering the 10-county region of monthly updated information that includes the following data layers:

  • address points
  • street centerlines
  • city limits
  • zip codes
  • emergency service zones

CAPCOG’s Geocoder tool is also included. Applications with this dataset include emergency communications/response, routing, transportation network analysis, demographic analysis, growth planning, street address geocoding, and more.

> Download the CAAR Map flier.

A one-time CAAR Map purchase cost $500 and an annual subscription is priced at $5,000. The cost of purchasing a single county or an individual data layer are $250.

> Complete the GIS Data Inquiry/Order form for CAAR Map data.
> Email the form back to the CAPCOG GIS Program.

Free Maps & Data

CAPCOG Free Regional Data

CAPCOG Free Regional Data is an interactive-map website that increases accessibility to free regional information and makes the data easily downloadable. The creation of the website has further enhanced the GIS Program’s ability to be a single resource of regional geographic information.

Hosted by ArcGIS Online, the site allows users to visually review numerous datasets before downloading the information for their own use. Currently available datasets include items such as city limits; floodplain boundaries; school district boundaries; the location of airports and parks; and archived street centerlines. Parcel boundaries also are available by county.

CAPCOG has generated a number of datasets located on the website, but it also has collected and compiled datasets from other entities. Some data placed on the website has more up-to-date counterparts such address points and street centerlines, which are packaged with the purchase of the CAAR Map database.

Central Texas Regional Data

Compiled and updated annually this is a statistical and brief analytical overview of CAPCOG’s 10-county region — Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis, and Williamson counties. The Central Texas Regional Data page uses several interactive charts and graphs to help explain some of the region’s most vital statistical data to include measures such as population growth, unemployment, college attainment, cost of living, gross regional product and more.

> Go to the Central Texas Regional Data webpage

Census and Demographic Data

Consider CAPCOG your one-stop shop for regional census data. As a designated census information center through an agreement with the U.S. Census Bureau, CAPCOG provides data and analysis for a local and regional audience that may not be served by the bureau’s own outreach efforts.

> Go to the Central Texas Regional Data webpage