A repository of GIS resources related to data in the state of Iowa. Contains shapefiles, road files, geographic, and political datasets from Iowa at the county level.
The State Data Center of Iowa provides population, business and governmental statistics about Iowa.
A collection of resources provided by the American Planning Assocation (APA). Among the many resources is aggregate census data and GIS-compatible boundary files (1790-2010).
Offers information on employment, business and industry, workforce, cost of living and much more.
The United States Census Bureau's American FactFinder website provides access to data about the United States, Puerto Rico and the Island Areas. The data in American FactFinder come from several censuses and surveys.
Iowa’s central location for advanced research and education focused on floods. The Iowa Flood Center's website provides links to flood resources, including publications, a photo gallery, and data sources.
Iowa Flood Information System's website is a one-stop web-platform to access community-based flood conditions, forecasts, visualizations, inundation maps and flood-related data, information, and applications.
A number of programs, educational opportunities, and an overview of the Conservation Reserve Program are provided.
Provides a link to the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) study for Iowa and a list of Iowa's impaired waters.
From Iowa State University - Soil survey and digital soil data: soil suitability and interpretations.
The Natural Resources Geographic Information Systems (NRGIS) Library is a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) repository developed and maintained by the GIS Section of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service website provides an overview of the National Wetlands Inventory and posts the latest news and reports on wetlands. Related data can be download by using their website as well.
Found here is the IOWATER website. IOWATER is a volunteer water quality monitoring program.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) offers nation-wide topography maps and aerials.
The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) website provides information on how to nominate a historic place, a historic places database, guidelines for evaluating historic places, and more.