GIS Mapping Applications

Hall County offers a comprehensive Geographical Information System (GIS) as well as a number of mapping applications for services and facility locations.

qPublic Parcel & Assessment Informationundefined Opens in new window
This map service, hosted by qPublic, provides access to parcel & property assessment information and property sales. The map service can be viewed on desktop as well as mobile devices. The data on this web site is updated on a weekly basis. Map layers include parcels, aerial photography, zoning, and contours.

OnPoint Opens in new windowOnPoint Map Viewer
The OnPoint viewer contains a number of property related GIS layers such as parcels, subdivision lots, flood zones, land lots, etc. The “Maps” button (top left corner) enables the user to change maps to view additional GIS data related to Zoning, Utilities, Public Safety, Elections, and Future Land Use. This site works best on desktop devices.

App Pic Opens in new windowHall County Property Web App
The mobile-friendly Property Web App allows users to view parcels, water & sewer utilities, zoning, flood zones and topography. Users can search by site address, parcel number (PIN), or owner.  Map layers can be turned using the Layer List link and users can view a variety of basemaps through the Basemap Gallery button.

Commission District Map
This map shows the four county commission districts. Clicking on a district opens a window with additional information, including how to contact the district commissioner. The map service can be accessed by desktop as well as mobile devices.

Voting Precinct Map
This map presents the county election precincts and voting locations. Clicking on a district or voting site opens a window with additional information. You should contact the county Elections office for questions regarding your precinct and voting location. The map service can be accessed by desktop as well as mobile devices. 

Weather Sirens Map

Weather Siren Locations
 This web app displays the location of weather sirens and the approximate siren audible area. The audible radius can be affected by proximate wind and weather conditions and may be greater or less than shown.  The app can be accessed by desktop as well as mobile devices.