Lake County Geographic Information Services gathers, stores, processes and delivers geographic information in an easy-to-use format.
GIS has proven to be integral in a variety of public and private decision-making processes. From siting a new fire station to plotting future land use, up-to-date geographical data is a valuable tool.
Responsibilities of Geographic Information Services include gathering and maintaining geospatial data in a consolidated, enterprise-wide system, and supplying County offices with geospatial technologies to analyze and present data. Through expert data analysis, GIS's professional staff presents geographical data in a creative, productive, and cost effective manner.
The strategic goals of Geographic Information Services are to explore new technologies to fulfill the Vision and Mission of the Board of County Commissioners; increase and maintain data integrity to be able to provide the best, most accurate spatial data; form alliances and partnerships with other departments as a way to promote GIS to their specific needs; save taxpayer dollars by sharing our GIS data with others; and promote an efficient operation by optimizing business processes.
Go to the GIS GeoHub for Maps, Apps, and Data