The Campbell County Geographic Information Systems program provides maps and data to citizens and government to aid them in their work and decision making. The GIS Analyst maintains an enterprise database that contains information from the city, county, state, federal and other data stewards, making it available through internet maps and map products.
Voters can find their polling location on election day. Businesses looking to relocate to the area can check the zoning districts and overlay that with parcel data to verify if potential sites are the appropriate size. These and lots of other questions can be answered utilizing the county GIS data.
This application can be used to identify zoning designations for property within Campbell County, Wyoming. Users have the ability to search by address or street name. Users also have the ability to change basemaps and create mailing lists of surrounding property owners in .csv format. This application is available via all browsers, PCs, and mobile devices.
Tax Parcel Viewer
This application can be used to identify property owners within Campbell County, Wyoming. Users have the ability to search by address, owner name, parcel number, township-range-section, lat/long, or subdivision. Users also have the ability to change basemaps, draw, measure and print. This application is available via all browsers, PCs, and mobile devices.
Penny Power Story Map
An interactive Story Map displaying locations of programs and projects funded by the One Percent Tax. (This story map will be updated quarterly. The last update occurred on March 31, 2018. The next update will be completed by July 1, 2018.)
Wyoming Hunt Planner
Created by the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, this web page and interactive map provide a one stop shop for hunting information within the state of Wyoming.
Exploring Campbell County History
An interactive Story Map highlighting historically significant locations and events throughout Campbell County, Wyoming. This Story Map is a product of collaborative efforts between the Rockpile Museum and the Surveying/GIS Division.