GIS - Geographic Information System
What is GIS?
A Geographic Information System or GIS is a computerized system for storing, retrieving, analyzing, and utilizing geographic or spatially related information. A GIS stores 'layers' of data, such as streets, zoning, addresses, etc., which can be combined together to produce information describing the real world. Because the business of local government is inherently related to location or geography, a GIS is the logical information system or database for storing these data.
GIS in Flagler County performs a supporting role, by providing geographically related information to aid in decision making. Most importantly, GIS supports Emergency Management and E-911 functioning, by providing accurate and timely spatial data and maps used by emergency responders in planning, preparing, responding, and recovering from emergencies and disaster events.
Flagler County Neighborhood Information App - Provides residents with information based on their address such as schools, trash pickup, voting information, and more.
The following are links to countywide GIS data libraries:
Flagler County Open Data Hub - A collection of maps and data available for download.
City of Palm Coast GIS - City of Palm Coast downloadable GIS Data.
Monday through Friday • 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1769 E. Moody Blvd., Building 3
Chief Information Officer Jarrod Shupe
GIS Manager Darlene Pardiny
386-313-4274 • email
GIS Analyst Matt Adams
386-313-4275 • email
GIS Specialist Joey Layer
386-313-4276 • email