Frequently Asked Questions

GIS Mapping

Yes, a request for public information form will need to be filled out and signed. Purchase prices can be found HERE.

The GIS department maintains property boundaries for tax purposes only. While we strive to make our data more accurate, some areas of the county are more accurate than others. If you need to find exactly where your lines are located, we recommend contacting a surveyor.

GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems. GIS is a mapping technology that allows the user to create and interact with a variety of maps and data sources. GIS integrates databases with georeferenced spatial data (maps tied to specific known locations).