- A map of DCR's Lynn Shore and Nahant Beach Reservations , which is featured on the newly installed welcome wayside signs.
- A mountain biking map and brochure file size 1MB for DCR's Blue Hills Reservation.
- A regulated area map for the Asian Longhorned Beetle infestation in Worcester, Massachusetts.
- Two new maps for DCR’s Norwottuck Rail Trail file size 2MB, one of which is featured on the rail trail’s brand new kiosks.
- An interactive winter storm priority map, which displays parkways, sidewalks and crosswalks symbolized by their plowing priority.
- An interactive Heritage Landscape Atlas, which enables users to explore the data collected as part of the ongoing Heritage Landscape Inventory Program.
- The analysis and designation of all DCR property as Parkland, Reserve or Woodland, in support of the DCR's Forest Futures Visioning Process.
- DCR Roads and Trails - An application that allows the GIS Program to collect accurate and useful trail data. Attributes include trail surface, width and condition as well as point attributes to note the location of trail damage, intersections, gates and historic sites, among others.
- DCR Parks Heritage Landscape Inventory - An application that allows the Office of Cultural Resources to collect accurate information on the archaeological sites and historic buildings, structures and landscapes that are located on DCR property. Attributes include the current condition of each resource, as well as threats and recommendations.
- The Program continues to update the Protected Open Space datalayer with new acquisitions and more accurate information for older acquisitions.
- The Dams datalayer, which contains points derived from the Office of Dam Safety database, was released in February, 2012.
- The DCR’s Management Forestry Program released a statewide datalayer of state forest and park roads and trails. The GIS Program will continue to update and maintain this datalayer.
- An online database of DCR streetlights that supports live mapping of lighting systems owned and maintained by the agency. Engineers, planners and DCR contractors can view information about streetlights on web maps from any internet enabled device. The database can also be updated by anyone with editing capabilities, which maintains a reasonably accurate, real-world representation of DCR lighting systems.