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 that benefits the public and local government. The centralization of information generates a powerful tool to facilitate efficient and effective decision making by government officials on:
Allocation of resources
Geographic Information System 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.