Map imagery and other data provided through Clinton County’s Geographic Information System (GIS) is for informational purposes only. Property lines and boundary lines displayed on the GIS are an approximate representation of the location of your property lines and should only be used as a visual reference. Aerial maps are not to be used for legal purposes; if you are unsure of your property line(s), a certified local land surveyor may need to be contacted. Clinton County uses this information for its own purposes and provides it to users with no implied assurance as to its accuracy. Furthermore, Clinton County will not be held liable for errors, omissions, or delays in this information if damages or losses occur from its display or use.
GIS Mission Statement
Clinton County GIS is committed to providing accurate data, analysis, maps, and information products to all Clinton County citizens, emergency services organizations, departments, municipalities, and other interested parties in an efficient and professional manner.
What is GIS?
A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer mapping system capable of assembling, storing, manipulating, and displaying geographically referenced information (i.e. spatial data). Local governments (Counties/Cities) typically involve a variety of agencies including assessors, auditors, engineering, planning, public works, public safety, recorders, treasurers, and zoning.
These agencies are relying more on GIS technology to plan new land developments, determine tax valuations, maintain real estate land records, manage public works networks, route emergency vehicles, analyze crime and accident patterns, manage transportation systems and study environmental issues.