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COVID-19 and GIS

Effective 03-30-2020 all Polk County offices are closed to the public until April 30th 2020
Polk County GIS is still working to provide the public with services and assistance in any way possible.
What this means...
**I will no longer, until offices reopen, be able to PRINT maps for public pick up.
**We can not sit down together to work on projects 

What I CAN still do:
**I can still provide maps by various formats (.jpg, .pdf, etc) that can be EMAILED
for you to print or view at home at your convenience
**I am still available for telephone assistance with using the website etc.
**Data and map requests

As always, if you need anything GIS related that you can not accomplish using the GIS
website, please do not hesitate to fill out my online GIS request form below
(Blue paragraph UNDER the yellow bar below)

Click here to access Polk County GIS Online


If you need plotter sized maps, special project work done, new data layers created or anything else GIS related
Please click
HERE and fill out the request form best you can giving as much detail as possible.
Our GIS Administrator will get in touch with you and assist you.

Parcels, Streets and Addresses are now updated IMMENSELY faster than before.
As before, if you have issues with the way PARCELS are drawn or the information within the tables... 
please contact the tax office at (828) 894-8500.
I can not, will not, edit Parcels without authorization from the Tax Office.


LAND/MUD slide information:
In 2018 Polk County experienced multiple land/mud slides due to extreme amounts of rainfall within relative short periods causing a fatality in addition to property damages etc. The North Carolina Geological Survey with the Department of Environmental Quality and the Division of Energy, Minerals and Land Resources is tasked with tracking such movements and has published a WEBSITE for those interested in this data for considerations of planning, land purchases, construction etc.

Other Links

For any questions, concerns or suggestions please feel free to contact:
David Weisgerber, GISP