About the GIS-Technologies Department
GIS-Technologies a division of the Chief County Assessment Officer and provides on-going development, maintenance and support of the enterprise GIS systems along with the maintenance of a number of GIS data layers.
The enterprise GIS systems used by county offices include applications developed for the desktop and the Intranet/Internet platforms.
GIS-Technologies also provide assistance to other county departments such as GIS planning, managing, analysis, custom application development, geo-coding services, training and user group meetings.
GIS-Technologies a division of the Chief County Assessment Officer at Franklin County is responsible for:
Coordinating, implementing, developing and maintaining Franklin County’s Geographical Information System (GIS) including creating and managing GIS files and related procedures, and educating GIS Users
Coordinating with the Chief County Assessment Officer, maintaining datasets and databases and researching and resolving problems
Responsible for all mapping changes due to real estate transfers.
Maintain the GIS base map with property splits and combinations and maintain the genealogy for each parcel with the Parcel Builder program.
Answer taxpayer's questions regarding their property descriptions.
Act as the County Plat Manager with full knowledge of the Illinois Plat Act.