Feedback Survey - 2022 Colorado State Plane Coordinate System
Even if you have already participated in past surveys, please take a moment to provide your feedback on the 2022 Colorado State Plane Coordinate System Options.
For more information on the 2022 Colorado State Plane Coordinate System options please refer to the following document that was published in the May 2019 "Side Shots" article - Colorado State Plane Coordinate System 2022, pg. 19. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1q_Tuz7DHOAXzIP4BPrNdamji0qh9PA2n
Are you familiar with the available options for Colorado State Plane Coordinate System 2022? *
How did you learn about the options for Colorado State Plane Coordinate System 2022? (Select all that apply)
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The Colorado NGS Geodetic Coordinator Presentation
NGS/NGS Website or NGS Webinar
PLSC Side Shots Publication
Other
NOTE: Colorado is allowed to have up to three (3) layers of zones. One (1) layer must be a single statewide zone.
This survey is an opportunity to provide your input for the state. These options are described in the PLSC "Side Shot" May 2019 publication - Colorado State Plane Coordinate System found on pg. 19 at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1q_Tuz7DHOAXzIP4BPrNdamji0qh9PA2n.
Below select what is of most interest to you with the 3 options for the state. Colorado is allowed to have up to three (3) layers of zones. In each option Colorado automatically gets a single statewide zone. In addition to that, the layer options include Low Distortion Projections and changes to the current 3 zones. The CO Geodetic Working Group is taking the lead on this effort. Contact us at NGS.Colorado@gmail.com for further questions.
Please rate the following options 1- 5
1 = Most Prefered 5 = Least Prefered
Option 1
Option 1 includes both a single statewide zone and LDPs throughout the State. This option allows for Low Distortion Project (LDPs) in addition to the single Statewide Zone that covers the entire state of Colorado. LDPs would be allowed for individual communities throughout Colorado designed by Colorado and then submitted to the NGS for approval.
Layer 1 = Statewide Zone Layer 2 = Low Distortion Projections *
Option 2
Option 2 includes the single statewide zone, LDPs plus the "default projections", which keep the same administrative boundaries as the existing 3 zones we currently have. This option builds on option 1 by maintaining the current 3 zones as "default projections" plus the option for LDPs in addition to the single Statewide Zone that covers the entire state.
Layer 1 = Statewide Zone Layer 2 = Low Distortion Projections Layer 3 = Default Projection *
Option 3
Option 3 includes the single statewide zone, LDPs and changes to the current 3 zones. This option includes modifying the current 3 zones to be designed by NGS at 50 ppm running north - south plus LDPs and the single Statewide Zone.
Layer 1 = Statewide Zone Layer 2 = Low Distortion Projections Layer 3 = NGS 50ppm Projections *
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