The Geographic Information System (GIS) Department was developed under the direction of the County Board to centralize tax and land information into an all-encompassing graphical data set for the benefit of the public and local government. GIS systems integrates information from multiple sources into a powerful tool, and facilitates efficient and effective decision making by government officials on:
Geographic Information Systems develops and maintains the countywide GIS, comprised of a multitude of statistical and geographic data. The department maintains all geographic specific hardware and software and provides training to County departments on their use and implementation.
Maintains land parcel information for Le Sueur County.
Maintain NG911 Addressing System.
Deliver and facilitate GIS data to stakeholders.
Maintain Beacon interactive online map.
Retain historical geographic data and keep it as a system of record.