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Road Transportation of Idaho
Idaho Geospatial Data Clearinghouse

This is the proposed framework roads layer for the State of Idaho. This data set portrays road centerlines of Idaho. This layer is updated weekly by integrating data from stewards across the State of Idaho. For a summary of the attribute information contained in the data set see the Attribute Descriptions. To see which local jurisdications are participiating in this effort take a look at the status map of source stewards. An RSS feed for INSIDE Idaho Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) reports can be found at: http://cloud.insideidaho.org/appsOutput/rss/etl/etl.xml The most recent data compilation:

  • started at 12/23/2017 1:00:01 AM
  • completed at 12/23/2017 4:23:11 AM
  • took 03:23:09 to run
  • produced this log file
  • produced this report

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Road Transportation of Idaho County, Idaho
Idaho County Assessors Office

The features in this dataset represent inhabited road centerlines for Idaho County. Collection was done with a Trimble Pro XR GPS unit and corrected to the Base Station in McCall. Idaho. Where we could not GPS the centerlines were created using the 2004 NAIP imagery. The data was collected and manipulated by the Idaho County Mapping Department between 2004-2008.

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Roads of Bonneville County, Idaho
Bonneville County

REQUIRED: A brief narrative summary of the data set.

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Roads of Latah County, Idaho
Latah County

Road transportation for Latah County, Idaho.

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Boise County Roads
Boise County Emergency Management

This dataset is road data for Boise County, ID.

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Roads
Caribou County GIS

Caribou County Idaho Roads

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Clearwater County Roads
Clearwater County

Road data for Clearwater County.

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Idaho State Centennial Trail
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation

The Idaho State Centennial Trail extends about 1,200 miles from Nevada to the Canadian border. It passes through 11 national forests, 1,200 miles of rugged sagebrush desert, and the largest contiguous wilderness in the lower 48 states. The trail was designated as part of the 1990 Centennial Celebration. The idea for the long-distance trail was conceived when two Idahoans, Roger Williams and Syd Tate hiked a similar route in 1986. After extensive planning and public comment, the trail was officially designated by the Idaho Park and Recreation Board on June 1, 1990. Through the Board's designation, the Idaho State Centennial Trail became the first trail to be adopted into the State Recreational Trail System (Idaho Code 67-3232). The Idaho State Centennial Trail was designed using existing on-the-ground trails, and in some cases backcountry roads when connective corridors were needed. The creation of the Idaho State Centennial Trail was a cooperative effort of those listed below: Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Provides overall trail coordination. Idaho Centennial Commission/Lasting Legacy Committee Endorsed trail as an official Centennial Project. Idaho Trails Council Coordination for trail signing and maintenance. Bureau of Land Management Managers of southern section of trail. U. S. Forest Service Managers of the middle and northern sections of the trail. Private and public land managers Allow trail users to cross their property.

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Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation

The Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes is one of the most spectacular and popular trails in the Western United States. The trail contains 73 miles of well-maintained asphalt that perfect for road bicyclists and in-line skaters. The Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes nearly spans the Idaho Panhandle as it runs along rivers, beside lakes and through the Silver Valley. The trail is part of the environmental cleanup in a partnership between Union Pacific Railroad, the U.S. Government, the State of Idaho, and the Coeur d' Alene Tribe.

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NLCS National Scenic and Historic Trails Lines
U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Idaho State Office

Line features depicting the NLCS National Scenic Trails and National Historic Trails that occur on BLM managed lands. The Continental Divide NST data includes two segments of the trail that thread between US Forest Service managed lands and BLM managed lands, however past verbal agreements have the BLM managing these two semi-contiguous segments of the trail.

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Ridge to Rivers and Shafer Butte Trail System Roads and Trails, Boise Idaho 2014
U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Idaho State Office

This dataset is a subset of roads and trails data in Idaho specifically around the Boise area to be used on the Ridge to Rivers and Shafer Butte trail system maps.

Notable changes for 2014: addition of Highlands, Around the Mountain, and Urban Connection; removal of Hornet Loop. This dataset was last edited in the spring of 2014.

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Map Layers for the University of Idaho Main Campus Moscow, Idaho
University of Idaho Facilities Services

This data series contains 22 map layers for the University of Idaho Main Campus Moscow, Idaho. Map layers include building footprints, automobile, motorcycle and bike parking, curbs, land use, pedestrian lights, tree health, walkways, and sidewalk as well as others. Most data are not being updated on a regular basis and are current only to 2005.

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Sagebrush Focal Areas 20150501, Idaho-SW Montana Sub-region, Greater Sage-grouse Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Idaho State Office

Sagebrush Focal Areas (SFAs) are a refinement of Greater Sage Grouse habitat delineating the most valuable habitat to the Greater Sage Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). They are a subset of the "Highly Important Landscapes" identified by the US Fish and Wildlife Service October, 2014. This dataset is a further refinement of the data layer, "SFA_Draft_January_2015_DIS" released by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) National Operations Center (NOC) in January, 2015. The SFAs were identified to further protect highly valuable sage grouse habitat and develop conservation strategies as described in the Administrative Draft Proposed Plan (ADPP) for the Idaho and Southwestern Montana Greater Sage Grouse Environmental Impact Statement. Areas within SFAs will be managed as Priority Habitat Management Areas (PHMA) and may include areas of non-habitat. The lineage section describes the processing that was done to the, "SFA_Draft_January_2015_DIS" layer. No SFA was delineated in the SW Montana or USFS Raft River Unit in Utah for the Idaho and SW Montana GRSG Sub-region. Three areas of Non-Habitat managed by the BLM or USFS are included at the direction of the Washington Office. These include an area in and adjacent to the BLM Donkey Hills ACEC, approximately 12,400 acres; 4,900 acres manged by the USFS in the Lost River Range decribed as Borah Peak, and 6,800 acres of USFS manged lands described as Big Flat Top Mountain/ Copper Basin Knob. It does not include all PHMA identified by the Idaho and Southwestern Montana sub-region. It is limited to BLM and USFS managed lands. Within Idaho, areas removed from the original layer provided by the NOC, 842,900 acres75,800 acres BLM Non-Habitat, 61,800 acres within Wilderness Study Areas9,600 acres BLM IHMA (800 in Great Rift WSA, 8,800 east of Creaters NM adjacent to PHMA)1,600 acres BLM GHMA, in the Great Rift and Cedar Butte WSAs300 acres USFS Non-Habitat460,700 acres National Park Service Non-Habitat in Craters of the Moon NM200 acres DOE (INL) PHMA26,200 acres Other Federal Lands PHMA (USDA Sheep Research Station)12,400 acres US Fish and Wildlife Service managed lands Non-Habitat in the Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge300 acres Military Non-Habitat127,200 acres Idaho State lands PHMA2,200 acres Idaho State lands Non-Habitat121,100 acres Private lands in PHMA100 acres in Private IHMA5,100 acres in Private, non-habitat

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