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.

2022-2023 Workload Measures
1. Identify and report the number of geospatial issues/data request responded to each month
2. Report the number of new address points generated each month
3. Report at least 150 address points confirmed/maintained each month by municipality (except
Burlington) to improve accuracy/service delivery

Village of Alamance: 
Elon:
Gibsonville:
Graham: 
Green Level:
Haw River:
Mebane: 
Ossipee: 
Swepsonville:
Whitsett: 
Alamance:
Surround Counties: 

4. Report the number of new street centerlines generated each month
5. Confirm/maintain at least 25 street centerlines each month
6. Report the number of new parcels generated each month
7. Confirm/maintain at least 75 parcels per month
8. Report the number of new zonings generated each month
9. Report the number of re-zonings generated each month
10. Report the number of variances generated each month

Updated 7/20/2022

2022-2023 Performance Management Goals
GoalsProgress
1) To share processes, collaborate on training, software versions, and become more efficient in our
interactions, GIS will coordinate a county-wide GIS/Planning collaboration summit.
In Progress
2) To stay current on GIS training and practices, staff will maintain a minimum yearly GISP Continual
Education Credits for GISP renewal or credits toward the initial certification for each employee.
In Progress
3) To improve Public Safety, GIS will help implement the Next Generation 911 (NG911) version 2 updates
to coincide with National Emergency Number Association (NENA) requirements.
In Progress
4) To increase Public Safety, GIS will resolve NG911 critical geospatial errors to maintain the required
98% accuracy within the allotted time frame.
In Progress
5) GIS will assist the Planning Department with Swepsonville land use, zoning maps, future land use, and
ETJ implementation for smart growth and development.
In Progress
6) GIS will assist Board of Elections with redistricting and census 2020 population data to enhance
government accountability and resource management.
In Progress
7) To increase government accountability, GIS will help Tax implement Equitable Property Value Solution
and a new neighborhoods layer to track revaluation progress.
In Progress