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Moore County GIS Department

(GIS) Geographic Information Systems


On April 30, 2015, GIS updated the mapping software.  If you are having trouble viewing the map as usual please clear your internet browsing history and reopen the browser to view map.

You can now CREATE MAILING LABELS using the Interactive Map. 
Please click on the 'Need Help?' icon below for our user guide.  Page 10 has the step by step instructions on how to create your own mailing labels from parcel information!!
The  PICTOMETRY VIEWER is now available using the Interactive Map.  Pictometry offers aerial imagery at an angle for an extended view of Moore County structures.  Page 12 has instructions on how to view use the Pictometry viewer.
(Note:  If new pages do not show up in the User's Guide please clear your internet browser history and reopen the User's Guide)



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Herb Stout Award
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GIGa Award

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The Fayetteville
Observer Article


    GIS is a computer-based mapping technology which can help us understand our physical environment. 
    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a computer system used for storing, manipulating, maintaining, analyzing, and displaying geographic data.
    Geographic Information Systems 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.