Mission

The GIS Department provides analysis and mapping services for all county departments.  GIS mapping enables users to review and display data both spatially and analytically.  GIS department has a partnership with all municipalities to provide addresses county wide, for E-911 purposes.  GIS is more than just maps!

 

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm

Normal Lunch Hour: 12:00pm - 1:00 pm

Contact Us

  • 1 (910) 947-1078
  • 1 (910) 947-2313
  • P.O. Box 905, Carthage, NC 28327

Physical Address

Overview

Interactive Mapping

***All the information contained on this media is prepared for the inventory of real property found within Moore County. All data is compiled from recorded deeds, plats, and other public records and data. Users of this data are hereby notified that the aforementioned public primary information sources should be consulted for verification of the information. All information contained herein was created for the County's internal use. Moore County, its agents and employees make NO warranty as to the correctness or accuracy of the information set forth on this media whether express or implied, in fact or in law, including without limitation the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular use. Any resale of this data is strictly prohibited in accordance with North Carolina General Statute 132-10. Grid is based on North Carolina State Plane Coordinate System NAD83 (feet).***

What Exactly is GIS?

     GIS is a computer-based mapping technology which can help us understand our physical environment. Geographic Information Services (GIS) is a computer system used for storing, manipulating, maintaining, analyzing, and displaying geographic data. A Geographic Information Services is an organized collection of computer hardware, software, geographic data, personnel, and procedures designed to efficiently capture, store, hold, update, manage, manipulate, analyze, and display all forms of spatially referenced data for solving operational, management, and planning problems, and used to describe a place(s) of location in the County. In its simpler form, a GIS is an electronic map used to display data based on its location; in its more complex form, it becomes a powerful analytical tool with millions of pieces of data that are related geographically and can be displayed in a format that allows the user to make the inter-relationships between that data visually understandable.

    GIS allows you to:

  • Think about a place or feature... Ask questions about it ... Explore patterns that appear ...
  • Enhance the data or modify the analysis ... Make a map or report ...
  • GIS is not “just mapping”.
  • GIS is a powerful tool that can aid us in making better decisions pertaining to our world.

Department Contacts

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Rachel Patterson, GISP, PLS

GIS Manager

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Peter Sherman

GIS Programmer Analyst

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Rachel W. Smith, GISP

GIS Programmer Analyst

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  • 1 (910) 947-1078
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