Geographic Information Systems
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) integrates geographic information from aerial photography and other sources to provide useful maps and information for County agencies and the general public.
Gwinnett County GIS includes digital aerial photography and base map revisions covering more than 245,000 tax parcels located along 2,300 miles of road countywide. The information is updated frequently and from this data, we create customized maps showing exact locations of property by street address or lot number, infrastructure such as roads, schools, and utilities, and hydrologic features like streams, rivers, and lakes.
From this site, you can print high-quality maps to a scale of your choice, or you can email a map in PDF format.
Gwinnett County uses this information for planning and zoning, property records, parks, transportation planning, traffic and accident analysis, elections administration, public safety (police and fire), public utilities (water and sewer), economic development, and environmental and natural resource management. Our GIS data is also integrated into other County computer applications such as our Enterprise Resource Planning and Customer Relationship Management systems.