Getting you the information you need, right when you need it.
We have a goal to make information more accessible for our community, which is why we're continuously developing new applications and services to make the day-to-day activities easier for residents, visitors, and developers. Browse our various web and mobile apps, that help you get the most out of our services.
Checking out property or utility information? Curious what voter precinct or County District you fall in? Maps Online is your go-to information hub.
Maps online is an innovative and interactive web based application which offers access to spatial data within Columbia County. The GIS Department works with several County Divisions to provide data about utility information, zip codes, zoning, and property information, like taxes, ownership, and sales records. Maps Online also helps keep voters informed about their voting precincts, polling locations, and Federal, State, and Local districts.
Other Map-Based Apps
Want more information for an item on an upcoming Planning Commission or Board of Commission meeting?
The Upcoming Development Agenda Items application is yet another innovative and interactive web based application brought to you by the GIS Department. Together with the Planning Department, GIS is able to put the information you want and need about upcoming agenda items in your hands as quickly as possible. You can access documents, staff reports, meeting dates, and more by clicking on the marker representing the location of an item on the map. If you have questions or concerns regarding an item scheduled for a meeting. Please call the Planning Department at 706-868-3400.
Want to learn more about a location and future development character areas?
The Vision 2035: Future Development Map is an interactive web map brought to you in partnership with the Planning Department. You can navigate to areas of interest, view the updated future development character areas in that region, filter your map with an interactive legend, and quickly save an image. If you have questions or concerns regarding future development character areas, please call the Planning Department at 706-868-3400.
Interested in viewing maps of previous election results?
The Columbia County Election Results Gallery is a landing page that provides you access to interactive web apps with previous election results. You can search for an election, view the results for each voter precinct, and view quick charts and graphics. If you have questions or concerns regarding election results, please call the Columbia County Board of Elections at 706-868-3355 or access their webpage.
Want to learn more about how you can help the environment?
Columbia County Stormwater Compliance along with Columbia County Water Utility, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Planning Services has put together a green guide that will serve as a handbook for our community going green and keeping it clean. In the Green Guide, you will find information on ways to get involved in your community, different county programs that work with Green Infrastructure, ways to recycle, learn more about water preservation, and take advantage of the many beautiful parks and greenspace throughout the county.
Columbia County at Work is a web based application that, much like the projects it highlights, is constantly under construction. It highlights projects funded by SPLOST, Georgia DOT, and Stormwater fees that range from quick response to long term construction improvements. The site is a result of a partnership with Construction and Facilities Management and the Engineering Services division, and while Columbia County at Work provides an overview of projects currently happening in the County, it is in no way a complete listing of all of the work being done. More information about projects, whether they're featured on the site or not, can be found by visiting the respective department's website or calling 311.
The Columbia County Historic Resource Survey is a joint effort between the Planning Department, GIS Department, Columbia County Historical Society, and Historic Site Advisory Committee to document historic properties in Columbia County. This includes residential homes, commercial buildings, historic sites, and landscape features. The first survey of historic resources was conducted in 1973, with subsequent surveys in 1991, 1993, and most recently in 2018. This application contains over 200 surveyed resources and is intended to be a "living document" for historic resources in Columbia County.
Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy and gives everyone a voice. The simplest way to find out who represents you at a local, state, and national level.
All you have to do is enter in your address to find your representative.
The Interactive Campus Map is your insider guide to who is where. From time to time, offices are shuffled around between building as departments grow, needs change, and buildings are adjusted. With the Interactive Campus Map, you can search a department's name and find out exactly where they are- campus location, building ID, and even floor number. Considering we live in a mobile world, the Campus Map is mobile friendly and can use your location services to tell you where you are and show you where you want to go.
Have you noticed an error in your physical address as compared to County records?
Use the Address Verification site to send the GIS Department your correct information!
Are you looking into developing a site in Columbia County? Our GIS department partnered with the Traffic Engineering Department to provide a convenient, easy-to-use site to access traffic count information.
Take a step back into time with this virtual tour through numerous historical sites throughout the County
Discover places to visit that showcase the rich history of our area.
Have you ever wondered if Columbia County has always been the shape that it is today? Take a look at historical maps dating back to 1796 to see how our borders have changed and how towns have come and gone.