ENID, Okla. —
Mapping the data
The city of Enid has a service that overlays several useful and relevant data sets over a map of the city. For example, the public version of the map allows residents to view the city by wards, by precinct or even look up a tract of land’s zoning classification. The map is available through the city’s website.
A more detailed map is available in-house to city staff. It shows the exact location of utility lines, and displays each pipe’s water pressure in gallons per minute.
It was this data set the city previously used to judge fire protection permits, and the same data that is being updated through this week.�