Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
WELCOME TO THE NEW MUSKEGON COUNTY GIS WEBSITE!
A division of the Muskegon County Information Technology department, Muskegon County GIS manages the County enterprise GIS. We provide spatial technologies, applications, and services in support of the business needs of the customers, departments, clients and public within Muskegon County.
Featured Mapping Applications
NOTICE: During election night on August 6th, the interactive map viewer was not working. We have resolved the issues and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
To continue the effort to display and present election results for Muskegon County, the Muskegon County GIS division of Information Technology in conjunction with the Muskegon County Clerk's office developed the August 6, 2019 Election Results Viewer. All races and results are presented within this application.
The Muskegon County Election Polling Places Application allows the user to enter in their address or click on the map at a location. This action identifies the location, then selects the appropriate polling precinct and polling location an then provides information regarding the polling location, dates, times and links to additional election information.
The Property Viewer provides access to basic property information, aerial photography and assessment information. Additionally, property reports and descriptions are available by printing a report. PDF links are available for subdivision plats from the "identify" tool and then clicking on the map.
The Who's My Commissioner application allows users to search by address to locate home address or desired address. Once found, the address is selected and identified and automatically selects the appropriate commissioner district and provides information about the Commissioner serving that area.
The Land Bank Property Viewer showcases properties that are now, or once were, in the holdings of the Muskegon County Land Bank. The viewer provides basic property information and is intended to demonstrate the impact that the Muskegon County Land Bank is having on improving neighborhoods.