GIS Day

GIS Day is held on the third Wednesday in November each year.  Started in 1999, GIS Day provides an international forum for users of geographic information systems technology to demonstrate the applications of GIS and learn about geography.


GIS DAY 2024

Wednesday, November 20



View Past Contest Entries

2023 MAGIP GIS Day Mapathon

Map-a-thon attendees successfully mapped >1,500 miles of powerlines between 37 volunteers on GIS Day! Participants logged in across the state from Butte, Bozeman, Billings, Great Falls, Helena, Kalispelll, Missoula and Eastern Montana. Congratulations to our top five mappers: Jeff Hedstrom, Christine Kangas, Tessa Switzer, Donald Swanson, and Nate Wold. View Mapathon Results

2022 MAGIP GIS Day Web Map/App Contest Results

  • 1st Place - $100 - Billings PD Task Force/Crime Hub- Billings PD- Bobbi Johnson
  • 2nd Place -  $50 - Anaconda Deer-Lodge Cemeteries - Kim Kresan & Jeff LeProwse
  • 3rd Place -  $25 - Billings Capital Project Dashboard - Jeff Sprock & Joel Griffin

                                                            View Map Entries

Map Submissions were due Monday, November 15

2021 MAGIP GIS Day Web Map/App Contest Results

  • 1st Place - $100 - Economic Development - City of Helena - Eric Spangenberg
  • 2nd Place -  $50 - BLM Montana/Dakotas Interactive Map - Allen Armstrong
  • 3rd Place -  $25 - City of Helena Major Infrastructure Projects - Haley Jurecki

                                                            View Map Entries

Map Submissions were due Monday, November 15

Maps were voted on by the MAGIP Community and

winners were announced on GIS Day via the MAGIP email list 

Maps were voted on by the MAGIP Community and

winners were announced on GIS Day via the MAGIP email list 

2020 MAGIP GIS Day Web Map/App Contest Results

  • 1st Place - $100 - The Sprague Fire and the future of Glacier National Park's Sperry Chalet - Morgan Voss
  • 2nd Place -  $50 - Gallatin County SAR 2019 Annual Report - Curtis DeVault
  • 3rd Place -  $25 - Gillette Aerial Hub - Nick Swartz

View Map Entries

2019 MAGIP GIS Day Web Map/App Contest Results

  • 1st Place - Broomfield, CO Walkability Tool  by Nick Swartz
  • 2nd Place - 4th Largest State in US Has 44th Largest Population by Bobbi Johnson
  • 3rd Place (Tie) - Gallatin County Historical Plat Book Viewer by Dylan Olin and Lewis and Clark County, MT Open Lands Program by the Lewis and Clark County Staff

2018 MAGIP GIS Day Web Map/App Contest Results

2017 Online Map Contest

2016 Online Map Contest

2016 Online Map Contest Entries

2015 ArcGIS Online Map Contest Results

2014 ArcGIS Online Map Contest Results

2013 ArcGIS Online Map Contest Results

2012 ArcGIS Online Map Contest Results

  • 1st Place ($100): Watch Missoula Grow! - Casey Wilson
  • 2nd Place ($50): Lubrecht Forest Nordic Ski Trails - Michael Sweet
  • 3rd Place ($25): Land Cover Exploration After Forest Fires - Van Schelhamer
  • 3rd Place ($25): Missoula, MT Trails - John Driessen

2011 GIS Event


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