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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
 
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Licking County Geographic Information System (GIS)
About the GIS Department
 
The Licking County GIS is a digital base mapping system that has evolved from the paper tax maps manually maintained by our County Engineer's office. When fully implemented, GIS will provide the primary access point to a vast majority of the publicly available property ownership information.
 
Our goals for implementing GIS are:
  • Reduce or eliminate the redundancy that exists when performing numerous manual paper based maintenance tasks.
  • Greatly improve the accuracy of our tax map base. To keep tax map base as current as possible.
  • Continually expand and improve our capability to support the public while keeping labor and outside contractor costs to a minimum.
  • Support a countywide decision making process that provides a commonality that crosses both departmental and jurisdictional boundaries.
 
Licking County's GIS data is now available by clicking on the GIS/Mapping System link displayed on the left of this page. Development work on the GIS database is ongoing with modifications and information updates being made on a daily basis. For your convenience, we have also made a copy of the basic GIS data available for download. However, the downloadable data is a static copy and is only updated when sufficient changes warrant such an action.
 
 
 
Licking County GIS Map Gallery
 
The GIS Department has created commonly requested maps that can be printed for public use.
 
The maps below are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download from Adobe's website, to view them.
 
GIS Map Gallery
 
 
 
 


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