Missouri Address Database (MoNAD)

Missouri Address Database (MoNAD)

The MoNAD is a statewide effort of the Missouri GIS Advisory Council’s Local Government and Data Development Committee through partnership with the National Address Database program.  Central to this effort is enabling locals to provide their authoritative data into the database and thus improving the consistency and accuracy of addresses used at the local, state, and federal level by FEMA, Department of Homeland Security, DOT, Census, and others.

Thank you to the following counties/cities who are participating to make the MoNAD total over 1.72 million standardized addresses to-date.  To learn more, review the reference materials below.

To get your County or City involved or sign up for our email list to learn about future developments, please contact Jason Warzinik Boone County Fire Protection District IT Division Manager.



Download MoNAD Project Materials

MoNAD (3/13/2024)

(FileGeoDB zip)

DB Schema

MoNAD Presentation – FGDC Address Theme Subcommittee (6/14/2017)

MoNAD Presentation – MoGIS Conference (2/21/2017)

 DOT The National Address Database Pilot Update Presentation (10/21/2016)

NAD Pilot Minimum Content Standard v8 (DRAFT)

NAD Pilot Project Final Report

US DOT National Address Database Website

FGDC Annouces Establishment of New Address Theme (8/8/2016)

National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) Addresses for the Nation

National Address Database Pilot Project (AppGeo)

National Geospatial Advisory Committee – NAD Use Cases

­Federal Geographic Data Committee – National Address Database