Geographic Information Systems

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A Geographical Information System (GIS) is a system for capturing, storing, visualizing and analyzing data that has a spatial component.

For more information on the benefits of a GIS, please click here.

Interactive Maps

Carver County GIS provides several mapping applications for the public to interact with GIS data being maintained by various County Divisions.  Applications include Property Information, Demographics, Parks and Trails, Water Quality, Crime and Constructions.

Visit the Interactive Maps site

GIS Data

GIS data is available to the public free of charge and without need for a license.

Visit Carver County's Open Data Portal

Free Maps 

Many of our interactive maps, such as the Property Information have free printing capabilities.  Additionally we have a gallery of freely available maps you can browse.

Visit Carver County's Free Maps Gallery

Custom Map Requests

Carver County GIS provides custom mapping services to the public using GIS data within the county's system.  Fees associated with creating a map are based upon an hourly rate and the cost to print the map.  These fees are set by the County Board on an annual basis to recuperate the cost of making the map.

For more information contact us at gis@co.carver.mn.us