Geographic Information System  (GIS)

Fayette County G.I.S. Department
1415 U.S. 22 S.W. Suite 200
Washington Court House, Ohio 43160

Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday
7:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Closed for lunch 12 to 1 pm

GIS Director: Scott David Cormany
GIS Tech: Bob Groff

Phone: 740.333.3599

Geographic Information System (GIS) . . . .a complex and intelligent mapping system

Duties and Responsibilities

Welcome to the Fayette County GIS, where a complex and intelligent mapping system called a Geographic Information System, or GIS is used.

Map Layers

GIS organizes maps in sections called layers. Each layer contains information about something specific such as utility lines, streets, parcels, topography, etc. Layers can be added together to create a map document that contains valuable information. All of these layers together assist the county in making better decisions, maintaining important data and providing easy access to information.

Information Availability  example

Email, Call or visit us online at: G.I.S. Information

GIS Steering Committee


A representative of the Commissioners Office
Aaron Coole, County Auditor
Jason Little, Engineer's Office, Chief Deputy

To View Map: "click" Interactive GIS Map
For custom maps, datasets, analysis, questions,or discrepancies 
please email: or

Available / Maintained G.I.S. Datasets

  • 1ft & 2ft Contours
  • Drainage Patterns (Flight Spring of 2011 , April 14th to May 31st)
  • Tax Parcels
  • Lot Lines
  • Subdivisions
  • Surveys
  • Original Land Subdivisions—Virginia Military Survey (VMS)
  • County Boundary From Observed Monumentation
  • County Line Monuments
  • Township Boundary From Observed Monumentation
  • Township Line Monuments
  • City, Village and Township Limits
  • 2011 Orthophotgraphy & Obliques
  • 2009 orthophotography & Obliques
  • Earth DEM
  • 2007 Pictometry (Oblique Orthophotography)
  • 1994, 2004, 2005, 2006 Orthophotography
  • 1938 Aerial Photography
  • High Resolution Hydrography (Streams)
  • Location Based Response System: Addresses, Landmarks, Speed
  • Limits, Mileposts, Bridges & Culverts, Road Centerlines
  • 100 year FEMA Floodplain
  • Historical Drainage
  • Digital Soils: Crop Yield, Prime Farmland, Slope,
  • NGS Monumentation
  • Active & Abandoned Railroad
  • Political Subdivisions
  • 8 & 11 Digit Watersheds
  • Groundwater Pollution Potential
  • ODNR: Public Land, Original Vegetation, Potential Wetland
  • Areas, Karst Areas, Aquifer Material and Potential Yield, Landuse,
  • Structures at risk of Flooding, Ecological Regions
  • Telephone Providers
  • Area Codes
  • School Districts
  • Electric Providers

Made Possible By the Fayette County Commissioners, Fayette Soil and Water Conservation District, Fayette County Auditor and the Fayette County Engineer.
“Facilitating More Informed Decisions”