The FGDL has been compiled from data collected from numerous state and federal governmental agencies, as well as some nonprofit organizations and private companies. Currently, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is the lead agency contributing to the maintanence of FGDL. We also acknowledge the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) for its contributions to the earlier versions of FGDL.
FGDL DATA DISCLAIMER:
The Florida Geographic Data Library is a collection of Geospatial Data compiled by the University of Florida GeoPlan Center with support from the Florida Department of Transportation. GIS data available in FGDL is collected from various state, federal, and other agencies ("data sources") who are data stewards, producers, or publishers. The data available in FGDL may not be the most current version of the data offered by the data source. University of Florida GeoPlan Center makes no guarantees about the currentness of the data and suggests that data users check with the data source to see if more recent versions of the data exist.
Furthermore, the GIS data available in the FGDL are provided "as is". The University of Florida GeoPlan Center makes no warranties, guaranties or representations as to the truth, accuracy or completeness of the data provided by the data sources. The University of Florida GeoPlan Center makes no representations or warranties about the quality or suitability of the materials, either expressly or implied, including but not limited to any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. The University of Florida GeoPlan Center shall not be liable for any damages suffered as a result of using, modifying, contributing or distributing the materials.
FGDL regularly updates as many of its data layers as we have time for, but with over 350 data layers,
it is difficult to update every single data layer as the updated data becomes available. If you find
an updated version of a data layer in FGDL, please contact
us and we will try to get the layer into the FGDL. Thank you!