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All public resources of the GIS Division are now available online. For public assistance, inquiries through email are responded to more rapidly than those via phone messages. County staff should utilize the internal Help Desk system for support.
12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 117
Fairfax, VA 22035 (please note that access to our office is by appointment only)
Michael Liddle, GIS Program Director
WHAT WE DO
GIS & Mapping Services is a division within Fairfax County's Department of Information Technology. It is tasked with developing, maintaining, coordinating, and distributing GIS data and technology to Fairfax County government agencies and residents.
The division also provides products and services for the public. A wide array of interactive mapping applications focus on a variety of Fairfax County data and services. Dozens of map layers, aerial imagery, and other data are available to view and download from the data page. The FAQ page has detailed information on many topics, including parcel information, finding maps, and basic GIS explanations. Go to the menu dropdown or Department Resources to find these links.
GIS Day is a global event during which GIS (Geographic Information Systems) users work to expand the understanding of how GIS technology and geography make a difference in our lives. GIS, a computer-based tool used to map and analyze features and events, combines the power of a database with the visualization capabilities offered by maps. Hundreds of thousands of people in the world use GIS to solve problems in areas such as environmental protection, pollution, health care, land use, asset deployment and routing, natural resources, conservation, business efficiency, education, and social inequities.
GIS Day provides an opportunity to recognize effective and creative use of spatial tools by Fairfax County staff to better serve agencies and constituents.
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