Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The Hinesville GIS Office provides mapping and GIS services to other departments, agencies, and residents. Our goal is to help increase efficiency of services provided by the City and increase transparency.
Data maintained by the GIS Office include addresses, road centerlines, building footprints, utilities, political districts, zoning, and flood zones etc. We have series of aerial imagery from 1996, 2006, 2009, 2013, and 2018.
The GIS Office also has printed maps for purchase. These maps can be created and printed to specific scale and size based on the specific needs. Some popular printed maps include mapbooks and large wall maps that shows all the roads in Hinesville with additional information (e.g. zoning, flood zones, and Council Districts etc.).
The GIS Office has several web applications that increase transparency and help you interact with our local government. These applications allow you to view the most updated data we maintain. (The online maps and apps are only accessible in the United States and Canada. If you are outside those regions, please submit any GIS requests through email.)
News & Updates
2021/11/24 - Want to know how City Council Districts are changing with the latest Census count? Check out information here and leave us any comments you have!
2021/11/04 - Mark your calendar for our annual virtual GIS Day on Nov. 17, 2021! Follow our Event Page for updates!
2020/08/21 - The GIS Office has been working with T.R. Long Engineering, P.C. on prioritizing and designing sidewalk projects along the bus route. Check out our Story Map for details.
2019/12/18 - Check out our newly-launched Zoning Petitions app and Developments Tracker app, data provided by Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission. The apps are also accessible through our main online maps/apps page.
2019/10/15 - Hinesville GIS Office is co-hosting our annual GIS Day with Liberty County on November 15, 2019. Click here for more details.
2019/08/15 - Are you ready for the hurricane season? Check out our Evacuation & Cyclones app.
2019/08/08 - Check out our newly-launched business search app (also accessible through our main online maps/apps page.
2019/03/11 - Check out our newly-launched road closure app map (also accessible through our main online maps/apps page.
2018/12/07 - New flood zones issued by FEMA became effective on December 7, 2018. Check if your property is affected by the updates here. If you have any questions, please contact the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission at (912) 408-2030.
Other GIS Resources