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Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
Hall County Government Center - Third Floor

A Geographic Information System is a computer system capable of capturing, storing, analyzing, and displaying geographically referenced information; that is, data identified by a geographic location. The system is used to link digital map data with tabular data from another database and analyze it based on its location. Digital map data consists of a number of map layers such as parcels, subdivisions, street centerlines, contours, streams, city limits, flood zones, and zoning.

In Hall County, GIS is a joint program of Hall County & the City of Gainesville. Through an intergovernmental agreement the staff provides GIS services to the cities of Flowery Branch & Oakwood.

The GIS Staff is responsible for the development and maintenance of the County's digital spatial databases and for providing mapping and data services to local government departments & staff. Public access to GIS mapping services is provided through our GIS Map Viewer.

Digital GIS Data, Printed Maps, & Custom Mapping Requests

Digital Data may be purchased as a county-wide data set or by the acre. Printed maps of the entire county or specific locations are available. Custom mapping projects are available at an hourly rate. See the fee schedule and license agreement links below for further details.

 GIS Fee Schedule (PDF)
 GIS License Agreement (PDF)

GIS Contact
Mark Lane, GISP
GIS Manager
2875 Browns Bridge Rd.
Gainesville, GA 30504-5635

Mailing Address:
P.O. Drawer 1435
Gainesville, GA 30503

Driving Directions

Current Users: 49 

Adopted Ordinance (PDF)

Visit the Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization website.

Review the Gainesville/Hall County Comprehensive Plan.

Search for Parcel &
Assessment Information

(compatible with mobile devices)
GIS Interactive Map Viewer

 Sardis Connector Maps

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Gainesville, GA 30503