Geographic Information Systems

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology uses computer based tools to create, store, analyze, and display data. It enables the understanding of patterns and relationships linking data with geographic coordinates or features to communicate information spatially. GIS provides a common visual language that helps the user understand what belongs where.

GIS Data and Mapping Requests 

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  • To better assist you, please call or e-mail ahead of your visit to discuss your needs with the GIS staff.
  • Upon arriving at the Division of Planning offices, please check in at the front desk. 
  • Appointments are not required but are recommended.
  • Please allow 3-5 business days for completion of the project from the time the request is received.  Additional time may be necessary depending on the scope of the request. 

Web Mapping Applications

 

Addiction Services Finder

The Addiction Services Finder application locates and provides information about services located in Monmouth County for those affected by addiction. Services include, but are not limited to: counseling, group therapy, substance abuse education, interventions, outpatient treatment, and transitional living.

 
 
The Mental Health Facilities Finder application locates and provides information about mental health facilities located in Monmouth County. Facilities provide services related to the mental health of children and adults, specialized education, substance use disorders, social services, and legal services.

 

Know Your Zone

Know Your Zone is a public education campaign implemented by the Monmouth County Office of Emergency Management to inform the residents, businesses and visitors of Monmouth County of the new hurricane evacuation zones and their vulnerability to storm surge.

Wastewater Management Plan Map Viewer

Monmouth County Wastewater management Plan Map Viewer with updates through April 2017.

 

 

This web mapping application can be used to locate farmers' markets and other businesses affiliated with the Grown in Monmouth program.
 
 
The Monmouth County, NJ Division of Planning began working with the County Community Rating System (CRS) Assistance Program to compile data on the location of high water marks throughout the county resulting from Hurricane Irene in 2011 and Superstorm Sandy in 2012. The High Water Mark Story Map is accessible online where one can find the location of the signs throughout their community, as well as learn about past flooding events. Through this technology, the County and its Municipal partners create virtual tours of our past flooding events bringing awareness and education to all ages.

 

Upper Freehold Historic Farmland Byway Virtual Tour

A photographic tour about the agricultural, environmental, & historical sites along the Upper Freehold Historic Farmland Scenic Byway within western Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Property Viewer

A property search and download web tool available for searching for locations, viewing estimated property boundaries, aerial imagery, and downloading parcel data. This app is available for public use and requires Adobe Flash Player version 10 or higher, click here to install Adobe Flash Player. Release: October 2011

This is a legacy application which will no longer be supported. The GIS Section is currently developing a new application, so please check back periodically. Some tools within the existing Property Viewer may no longer be operational – using a different browser may resolve the problem. Otherwise, please contact GIS staff if you are seeking details about a specific property. 

 Available Data Resources:

Contact:
Meghan Leavey, GISP/PP/AICP, GIS Services Manager
Michael Davenport, Geographic Information Specialist
Michael Dunzello, Geographic Information Specialist
 

Phone: 732-431-7460    Fax: 732-409-7540

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