Peoria County GIS: Home
What is GIS?
GIS stands for geographic information systems and is a form of information technology that allows viewers to interactively explore and analyze geographic data in a map. GIS involves using mapping software, hardware, and databases in order to create, maintain, and view maps.
To learn more about GIS please see: http://www.esri.com/what-is-gis
The mission of the Peoria County GIS Division is to provide customers with up-to-date geographic information. GIS can be used in a variety of ways; improving communication, decision making, problem solving, data analysis, zoning, querying addresses and property tax information, and much more. The Division strives to provide GIS services that are easily accessible and dynamic.
Interactive Maps for Mobile Devices
The Peoria County GIS Division has an interactive map application known as "Parcel Value GIS." This mobile map application allows you to view tax assessment and sales information along with GIS parcel boundaries and aerial imagery.
*Currently, the Parcel Value GIS map application is not available in the App Store. In the near future, the Division plans to provide a more robust mobile map application replacement that would be compatible with most types of mobile devices. Please see the Peoria County GIS Silverlight application for the latest tax assessment and sales information.
This is the Assessment Front Desk map application. This robust Geographic Information System (GIS) site will still meet your needs for comparable sales and assessment information as well as much more. This requires Microsoft Silverlight Browser Add-on, Get it here.
The new Assessment Front Desk application will be arriving soon. This application will eventually replace the current Silverlight Front Desk application and can be used on any device and web browser.
Click on any of the image thumbnails below to view maps by a specific category