OpenStreetMap US

In order to realize their full potential in a variety of fields, including planning, infrastructure management, community involvement, emergency response, economic development, and many others, local governments can use data from OpenStreetMap in a variety of ways.

With the help of free and open-source software, town agents will be able to search and explore details about diverse properties throughout four cities in Uganda thanks to a GIS-based digital property tax database that OpenStreetMap Uganda is developing. OpenStreetMap data may be used by Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to provide powerful mapping and analytical capabilities.


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How to contribute to

Jun 9, 2023 · Brian DeRocher

After 2, or maybe 3 years, my major contribution to OpenStreetMap is almost complete. I’d like to show other folks how to make changes to OSM and how to avoid the mistakes...