GIS (Geographic Information System) is a computer system designed for storing, manipulating, analyzing, and displaying data in a geographic context. One of the advantages GIS provides is the ability to assist in the decision making process by providing an additional tool to analyze and compare numerous geographic data layers along with traditional databases.
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Explore Yellowstone County by clicking on the tabs below.
- Interactive Mapping Hub
- New Subdivisions
- Map Products
- Map Data
Interactive Mapping Hub
Provides an interactive way to find information about Yellowstone County. Information about Floodplain, Public Works, Schools, Sheriff, Zoning, Elections, Levy Districts, Emergency and Cemeteries are displayed as layers that can be turned on/off, queried, and identified by using a click of your mouse on the map.
Displays subdivisions that have been recorded in the last three years. Clicking on the dot on the map will display name of subdivision, number of lots, document number and date plat was recorded. Clicking on the pdf link in the information box will bring up the plat. There is also an option to query for subdivision by name and display zoning and city limits.
Clicking on one of the Mapping Products will provide links to pdfs that can be viewed and printed. The Downloadable Shapefiles hyperlink will provide a link to various shapefiles that can be downloaded.
Yellowstone County created shape files that can be used in other software applications made available for public use.
All Downloadable Shape Files - (Fire, Election, School, and other core Yellowstone County layers)