Minnesota Geospatial Advisory Council
The Council acts as a coordinating body for the Minnesota geospatial community. It represents a cross-section of organizations that include counties, cities, universities, business, nonprofit organizations, federal and state agencies, tribal government, surveyors and other stakeholder groups that benefit from geospatial technology.
- Current members
- Two member positions are open to represent the following sectors: Greater Minnesota Regional Government and K-12 Education
- Application information for Open Appointments administered by the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State
- Submit completed applications at the Open Appointments site, accompanied by a resume and cover letter explaining your interest in serving on the council
- 2021 Accomplishments and 2022 Work Plan
- Guiding principles, authorization, and membership
Meeting Dates, Materials and News
Council meetings are 4 times a year and all are open to the public.
Future meeting dates: May 25, September 28, December 14
- Next meeting: May 25, 2022
- Time TBD: If hybrid, it will be 11:00 - 2:00; if virtual only, it will be 10:00 - noon
- Open to the public
- The meeting will have a virtual connection available using Microsoft Teams. For connection information, contact MnGeo at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Meeting materials
- Minnesota GIS News:
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Committees and Workgroups
The council is supplemented and supported by committees and workgroups. Non-council members are welcome and encouraged to participate on these groups.
- Cory Richter, Council chair
City of Blaine
- David Brandt, Council vice chair
- Nancy Rader, Geospatial Advisory Council support