The use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is used extensively to store geographic related data for cities, counties, and states. Displaying a map and some of its layers is one of the ways which a GIS system can be used to examine a part of the data. We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this data. The GIS system online however is not survey grade and has locations where some degree of error takes place. Please pass along any concerns or ideas.
Functions and Duties
- Serve as a member of the Wisconsin Land Information Council as Land Information Officer (LIO)
- Assist with the implementation and maintenance of the county’s Land Records Modernization Plan required by the State.
- Administer and maintain a computerized, integrated, countywide GIS and LIS.
- Develop GIS Macros, scripts and procedures to automate functions insuring efficient operation of the GIS system.
- Import and convert data supplied by other departments and agencies
- Provide training to County staff in the use and application of GIS systems.
- Assist the public in best practices using County GIS data.
- Maintain the knowledge and skills deemed necessary to proficiently execute the duties of this position.
- Integrate LIDAR data into County GIS systems. LiDAR was flown in 2017 and delivered the Summer of 2018.
Land Information Officer (LIO) 2019 Update
- Parcel maintenance is ongoing and updated online twice monthly.
- In addition as part of our participation in the Wisconsin Land Information Program (WLIP) we send a complete dataset to the State of WI yearly.
- A parcel update is sent to the City of Antigo at least quarterly if not monthly.
- Make LIDAR datasets available to be used by as many agencies and people as possible, one such use is the Contour feature on our GIS Web Portal.
- The County will participate in the upcoming Wisconsin Regional Orthoimagery Consortion (WROC) 2020 flight.
- Street Centerline and Right of Way work is ongoing to help with new initiatives and better coordination in the State of WI.
- July 2019 Storm Damage support is ongoing.
- County 911 work is ongoing as new system and future NG911 (Next Gen 911) efforts require GIS files.
There are approximately 30,000 parcels within the county. When errors are found or questions come to mind please don't hesitate to contact us.
Just a short few years ago the main parcel layer looked something like this.
Missing Townships when version 1 was submitted for 2015
Langlade (North and South)
|Contact:||Joe Martell - GIS Coordinator
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|Physical Address:||837 Clermont Street, Antigo, WI, 54409