Geographic Information Systems manages and maintains GIS software as well as online GIS services, consults with Tax Department to ensure parcel mapping is geospatially accurate, and is responsible for E911 address and street centerline management throughout the County and most municipalities.
GIS also provides assistance to departments and citizens for data analysis, special projects, and custom maps.
Workload measures 2017/2018
Number of geospatial issues/data requests responded to:
Number of new address points generated:
Number of new street centerlines generated:
Number of new parcels generated:
|Assist the Health Department with analyzing data for potential HSC (Human Services Center) facility locational analysis||In Progress|
|Update the Voluntary Agricultural District layer to include Farmland Preservation data while supporting Soil & Water Conservation with GIS training||In Progress|
|Continue working with ABSS on the latest school district revisions and displaying the layers on the County GIS site||In Progress|
|Actively participate in the Local Update of Census Addresses Operation (LUCA) which ensures the 2020 Census count accuracy in order to receive federal allocations for the county||In Progress|
|Coordinate countywide GIScollaboration summit to share processes, collaborate on training & GISversions, and become more efficient in our interactions||In Progress|
|Maintain minimum yearly GISP Continual Education Credits for GISP renewal or credits toward initial certification for each employee||In Progress|