Rural addresses that are assigned by the county are used by 911 system to find you in case of an emergency. If your property doesn’t have an address, or has an incorrect address it can delay the arrival of help during an emergency. If you purchase rural property in Fremont County, you will need to contact the Planning Department to get a rural address (a.k.a. physical address, or fire number) assigned to it. Even if you are buying property that has an already existing house or business on it, you should check with the Planning Department to make sure there is an address assigned to it. If you are planning to build on your property, be aware that some utility services will not install stubs/lines of service to your...
Sheridan County's Interactive Internet Mapping is now available. Make sure your internet browsers pop up blocker is disabled on the launch page. Be sure to check out the tutorial that can be accessed from the launch page of the site. It only takes 15 to 20 minutes and is highly recommended prior to using the site in order to utilize the site at it's full capability.
The Sublette County MapServer provides access to all of the County's GIS data. All you need is a web browser. If you are new to our MapServer, please read this tutorial before you begin. GIS data produced by Sublette County for use in your own system is available for download from the archive. The Sublette County Map Server was designed and developed by Greenwood Mapping, Inc. and is powered by MapServer, PostGIS, and OpenLayers.
Contact Johnson County GIS/IT and Rural Addressing.
Contact Weston County for information. 1 West Main Street, Newcastle, WY 82701-2121(307) 746-4633
The Goal of this office is to accurately, equitably and fairly value all property in Hot Springs County according to state law. Uniform values are the basis of a fair property tax system. It is your right and responsibility to make sure that the information used to value your property is accurate and up to date. Property records are available for your review at all times, and we welcome your comments and concerns.
The Goshen County GIS (Geographic Information Systems) department is, as a recently created county department, still developing in terms of responsibilities. Primarily the department to date has been tasked with developing a geographic information system encompassing and incorporating available data from all sources as a means to both act as a data repository and more importantly to assist the county with planning and emergency information needs. The GIS department is initially tasked with creating and updating the county’s rural addressing and county road maps as a means to assist county agencies, emergency responders, other governmental entities and the public at large.
Teton County makes no claims as to the absolute validity or reliability of the maps and data on this site or their fitness for any particular use. All maps and data contained herein are provided "as is". All implied warranties, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly disclaimed. The user agrees to hold harmless Teton County from and against any and all liability which may arise as a result of the use of the maps and data provided to the user from Teton County on this web site.
Converse County established the GIS Department in 2006. The department is responsible for the development of the County's baseline digital spatial databases and for providing up to date mapping and data services to Converse County's departments, citizens, law enforcement and local government.
Contact Crook County for information.
Contact Niobrara County for information.
Carbon County GIS/Rural Addressing
We try to keep our GIS data as accurate as possible, however, mistakes do occur and changes are made on a regular basis. Our maps are intended for general information and are not intended to be used in place of an actual survey. Our office assumes no liability for the data contained in GIS maps. Data Costs: * Entire County Dataset: $550.00 * 8 ½ x 11 Ownership Map (no aerials): $3.00 * 8 ½ x 11 Ownership Map (with aerials): $5.00 * 11 x 17 Ownership Map (no aerials): $4.00 * 11 x 17 Ownership Map (with aerials): $6.00 * Special Request or Priority Charge: $25.00/hour extra For other data pricing requests please call 307-322-2858.
Uinta County Planning and Development Office provides access to a variety of map images for county zoning and planning.
Big Horn County, Wyoming is located in the northern part of Wyoming's Big Horn basin. Big Horn County was created from parcels taken from Johnson, Fremont, and Sheridan counties, and was organized in 1897.
Chief Washakie lived during the 19th century. He was a noted warrior and became the head chief of the Shoshone Indians. He was known for his wise counsel and allies with the white men. He wanted the best for his people requesting schools, churches, and hospitals on Shoshone lands.
The Planning & Zoning Department is responsible for administration of the County's Development Standards and Regulations, and Small Wastewater Disposal System Regulations. The department issues permits for building construction, septic systems, floodplain development and handles applications for site plans, subdivisions, special use permits, rezoning, and variances.
Lincoln County began the use of GIS in the mid-1990s and aside from the Parcels (Ownership) layer has always been housed within the Planning Department. The Assessor's office has maintained the Parcels layer so as to mirror the taxation database. Along with assistance to the Planning Office, the GIS has been utilized by various offices and departments of Lincoln County including the Lincoln County Commissioners, County Clerk's office for voting and Census, Lincoln County's Office of Homeland Security for E-911 services, County Treasurer, Weed and Pest, County Engineer, Road and Bridge, Landfill, and many others.
Sweetwater County provides this map service for illustrative purposes only and assumes no liability for actions taken by users based on information shown.
The county's GIS is an integral part of the day-to-day operations. Our goal is to develop and maintain map features and descriptive information that will help support the daily operations and critical decisions of Albany County Government.