GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS)
Utilizing aerial photography and satellite imagery of existing county land, MCCOG's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialists can create, collect, store, analyze, interpret, maintain, manipulate, and display large amounts of geospecific data. GIS software allows the extraction of streets, building footprints, bodies of water, and other landmarks into layers, allowing the GIS specialists to create sophisticated landuse maps, topographic maps, transportation maps, and many more.
The strength of GIS lies in its ability to quickly facilitate decision and policy-making through the analysis of current, pertinent, and easily identifiable geographic information. GIS mapping is an essential component to present and future MCCOG projects including basemaps, bike and trail maps, and comprehensive planning efforts.
This Interactive Mapping Service has been designed and developed by GRW Aerial Surveys, Inc (GRW) for the Madison County Council of Governments. This site allows the public to view and access mapping information that has been cooperatively funded by the communities of Madison County, Madison County, and the Madison County Council of Governments.
This service may be slow or down completely during the evenings and weekends during the Month of July as we run processes to improve this application. We greatly appreciate your patience!
MCCOG GIS LINKS
GIS Online Mapping
Online Request Form
Indiana Geographic Information Council (IGIC)
2013 Madison County Property Tax Sale