Map, Block, and Lot (MBL) maps are a type of cadastral map used by local governments to record and manage property ownership information. A MBL map divides a city or town into blocks and lots, each of which is assigned a unique identifying number. This number is used to keep track of ownership information, property taxes, and zoning regulations.
The Town's GIS is a computer-based tool used to collect, store, manage, analyze, and present geographic or spatial data. Essentially, it is a system designed to capture, manipulate, and present information about the physical features and human activities on the Earth's surface. With GIS, residents can visualize and understand various types of data such as maps, satellite images, population statistics, land use patterns, and environmental information in a geographic context.