- Open Waters Initiative
- Ferry Transit Program
- Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines (WEDG)
- Design the Edge
- Harbor Camp
- Task Forces
- Comprehensive Waterfront Plan
- One Stop Permitting
- State of the Waterfront
- Waterfront Revitalization Plan
- Upcoming Events
- City of Water Day
- 2015 Waterfront Conference
- Past Events
- MWA 2012 General Assembly
- 2014 WATERFRONT CONFERENCE
- Talking Transition
- 2012 Waterfront Conference
- Conference Sponsors
- Morning Plenary
- Access and Equity Panel
- Adapting to Climate Change Panel
- Emerging Sustainable Harbor Panel
- Ferries Bang for the Buck Panel
- Harbor Coalition: The Heavy Lift Panel
- Harbor Coalition: Waterfront Project Workshop
- Implementing Water Quality Panel
- Lunch Panel: Climate Change
- NJ Comprehensive Waterfront Plan Panel
- Open Up the Harbor!
- Safety and Real Time Water Quality Panel
- Saturday Morning Keynote
- Use Public Money Wisely Workshop
- Wakes Panel
- Waterfront Design Panel
- Waterfront Financing and Governing Panel
- World Class Attraction Panel
- 2012 Heroes of the Harbor Awards
- 2011 Waterfront Conference Floating Follow-Up
- 2010 Waterfront Conference
- CONFERENCE PROGRAM
- Morning Keynote and Plenary Sessions
- Conference Sponsors
- Historic Boats
- Ecology & Economy Workshop
- A Plan to Bring Our Harbor Back to Life
- Future of the Port
- Recreational Revolution
- Opportunities for Green Infrastructure
- Oyster & the Clean Water Act
- Show Us the Money
- Waterfront Edge Design
- A Green Working Waterfront
- Water Mass Transit
- Program Recap
- Climate Change Resiliency
- Dredged Materials Management
- Harbor Education
- 2013 Waterfront Conference
- 2014 Heroes of the Harbor Awards Dinner and Parade of Boats
- The Waterfront Platform for New York City
- After Sandy
- Harbor Literacy Points
- Voters Guide
- City of Water Film
- MWA in the News
- 2014 Summer Aqua Calendar
- Best Waterfront Day Trips
- Press Releases
- MWA Live from Abu Dhabi
- WaterWire Archive
- Waterfront Action Agenda
Multiple mapping services and geographic data files are available for the public. MWA provides links to a number of these below. Please contact MWA if you have a mapping program or data to share on this page.
Open Accessible Space Information System (OASIS NYC) http://www.oasisnyc.net The New York City Open Accessible Space Information System Cooperative (OASIS) is a partnership of more than 30 federal, state, and local agencies, private companies, academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations to create a one-stop, interactive mapping and data analysis application via the Internet to enhance the stewardship of open space for the benefit of New York City (NYC) residents. The MWA co-sponsored public access database of all known waterfront access points in the metropolitan area is hosted here and can be viewed as an interactive layer.
If you're looking for a few hours of tranquil paddling or a full-day expedition, you'll find it here. The NYC Water Trail connects 160 square miles of rivers, bays, creeks, inlets and ocean in the five boroughs suitable for kayaks, canoes, and open-water rowing craft. Novice and experienced paddlers alike can enjoy skyline panoramas, riverside parks, bird sanctuaries, tidal marshlands, and boundless vistas of one of the world‘s premier harbors, all from a prime sea-level vantage.
The New York Ocean and Great Lakes Atlas Data Portal http://portalnyoglecc.nyoglatlas.org
The New York Ocean and Great Lakes Ecosystem Conservation Council makes information on New York ecosystems and places freely available to the public and decision makers with the launch of the “Data Portal”. The Data Portal has an easy to use keyword search function which searches 396 currently available sets of information. For public users, the Data Portal can open selected information right into GoogleEarth (a free data viewer) in addition to other formats used by geographic information technology professional.
Geographic or location-based information is provided to the public through NYCityMap among other channels such as the NYC Data Mine. NYCityMap provides a wealth of information from the input of a single address or intersection. In addition to indicating the specific building requested, users can select additional icons to add to the map such as schools, day care centers, senior centers, libraries, hospitals, and more, as well as links to websites for these facilities. This page is also a single access point to many of the location-based applications on NYC.gov such as online property, building, census, statistics, and safety information for New York City.
BYTES of the BIG APPLE
BYTES of the BIG APPLE is a family of software, data, and geographic base map files for the City of New York. The Department of City Planning offers these products for free download or by a license agreement.
OpenData offers access to a repository of government-produced, machine-readable data sets including watershed statistics, stream lengths, and DEP data.
Empire State Development Data Center
The New York State Data Center's Geography and Mapping site provides interactive query access to geographic boundary files, Census attribute data for various levels of statistical and political geography, and predefined thematic maps illustrating various economic and demographic population characteristics.
NYC Department of Environmental Conservation
The DEC collection of maps, interactive mapping, and GIS data includes nature, environmental facilities, and minerals, and well as other environmental topics and themes.
NYU Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy
The Furman Center collects a broad array of data on demographics, neighborhood conditions, transportation, housing stock, and other aspects of the New York City real estate market.
TIGERweb Viewer is a new web-based tool that allows users to visualize Census geography. The geographic data includes legal and statistical geography as well as the roads, railroads, and water layers in the TIGER database. The TIGERweb Viewer is built on ArcGIS Template Viewer 2.2 using Microsoft Silverlight.
US Census data from the following surveys and censuses are available on FactFinder: Decennial Census, American Community Survey, Puerto Rico Community Survey, Economic Census, and Population Estimates Program.
New York State GIS Clearinghouse
GIS users can browse or search for keywords to find out what data is available, who holds it, and how it can be obtained. In some cases, users will be able to go one step further and download the actual data set. Data includes geologic maps, historic water conditions, water quality assessments, and more.
Web-based access at a single-point for maps, government data, and geospatial services. NY-NJ harbor data includes sediment profiles, bathymetric changes, water sample chemistry, and hydrography.
CUGIR: Cornell University Geospatial Information Repository
Browse and download geospatial data such as census boundaries, hydrography, and wetlands by county. Data sources include NYC Department of Environmental Conservation, US Census Bureau, Natural Resources Conservation Service, New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, and more.
New York Public Library Map Division
One of the world's premier map collections in terms of size, scope, unique holdings, and intensity of use.
Microsoft Research Maps
High resolution US Geological Survey topographical maps and aerial images.