The duties of the Wilson County GIS Coordinator are to assist each department within the county and the general public including businesses with mapping requests and data analysis using GIS features and tools.

More detailed duties are as follows:

Deciphers all deeds and instruments filed on a weekly basis pertaining to changes to all real estate properties, this would include death certificates, ownership transfers, transfer on deaths deeds, mineral deeds, vacation orders, city ordinances, surveys, easements and new subdivision plats. Upon researching these instruments all records are changed and updated accordingly throughout the counties various data structures.

Maintains GIS data for agriculture land use and provides figures and assistance to the Appraiser’s Office. This would include semi-annual canvasses of aerial images for comparisons, researching and figuring data annually from irrigated land reports provided by the Kansas Water Association. Assisting the county appraiser with delineations regarding CRP contracts, rock quarries, along with keeping soil data up to date and current.

Determines and provides 911 addresses for new locations upon request. Maintains the 911 data used for dispatch software by keeping up with changes to road centerlines and address points also updating those changes with phone companies for 911 call routing.

Maps are available to the county taxpayers at little to no cost, Please stop in or contact the office for more information.


Links:

ATCI mapping

What is GIS?

Kansas Digital Floodplain Map 

FEMA Flood Zone Determination,  go here to request from FEMA flood zone information.

Map/Data Pricing

 

Common Questions:

Q: Can the County show me where my property lines/markers are?

A: The county mapper/cartographer is not a land surveyor; our job is to draw out your property using computerized mapping tools to the best of our abilities based on your recorded deed and the description that shows on that deed. Our calculations are for taxation purposes only! It is NOT a survey. If you want to know precisely where your property lines are in the real world you need to get in touch with a certified land surveyor. If you need help locating a surveyor please call the County GIS Coordinator for help.

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Q: Can I get a map?

A: Land owners requesting a small map of their property are not charged, we can produce alot of different maps and have a large amount of data, so if you can think it, odds are it can be produced. Please reference the Map Pricing guide above for map prices. These prices are the same whether the map is emailed or printed. The fees collected are used to help recover costs of printing supplies and software used to generate maps.

 

Notices:

 

6-23-2017,  I have updated alot of the maps including the ownership, I've also added a couple new ones, Grader Districts and the AgUse. - Tina Hladky

 

11-17-2016, We have included an Ag Use layer to our website thru ATCi www.kansasmaps.co  Owners can now see how the county has your ag ground classified, if you disagree with what we have you can contact myself or the Appraisers Office to see what we need to do to assure your property is listed correctly. - Tina Hladky

AgUse

 

 

9-15-2016, ATCI is now offering a mobile app for your mobile devices for searching addresses, for more information search for exactmaps in your app store on your device or go to one to the following links, first one being android second one for iphones.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.atci.exactmaps

http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=qr&chs=180x180&chl=market://details?id=com.atci.exactmaps

 

https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1141550439

 

http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=qr&chs=180x180&chl=itms://itunes.apple.com/app/id1141550439

 

2-24-2016, Our new online mapping and parcel searches are up and running. You can access the parcel search thru the information tab above or you can go directly to the mapping portal at www.kansasmaps.co from there click on Wilson County. At this time the print feature is being worked on due to some issues but will soon be working -  Tina H.