Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
View areas of interest within St. Johns County using the interactive GIS mapping application from the convenience of your desktop, tablet or phone. Search for addresses, parcel numbers, street names, parks, schools, fire stations, golf courses and more. Users have the ability to view property information, zoom and pan the map, turn map layers on/off, and print your own maps. In addition to a variety of layers including Commissioner Districts, Evacuation Zones, School Attendance Zones, Future Land Use, ZIP Codes and Zoning, there is also current and historical aerial imagery that can be displayed. Launch the iMap Application
Utility Address Request – Use the survey tool to request an address for a utility feature such as a cabinet, meter, power pole, small cell antenna, or lift station. Utility Address Request (arcgis.com)
Additional GIS Data – Additional GIS data, maps and applications can be discovered at the Public Works Department, Utility Department and the Property Appraiser's Office websites.
2022 Road Atlas – The St. Johns County Road Atlas for 2022 is now available for purchase at $8 per copy. It contains 130+ color map pages along with a street index and is available for purchase at the Land Management Systems Department, in the County Administration Building at 500 San Sebastian View. Quantities are limited so please order soon. Order Your Road Atlas
Flood Zone Viewer – This application has been created to show the newly adopted Flood Zone boundaries and Base Flood Elevations for St. Johns County. Users can search for a property by parcel number or address to see which Flood Zone(s) that the property is in as well as if the property has a Letter of Map Change. Flood Zone Viewer
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division is responsible for the creation, collection and management of location-based information pertaining to St. Johns County, Florida.
Examples of this geographically-referenced information that are maintained by the GIS Division include: Commissioner Districts, School locations, Road Centerlines, Address Site points, Fire and EMS Zones, Beach Access Points, Digital Orthophotography, and Municipal Boundaries.
From this information, the GIS Division is able to generate customized maps, perform complex analyses and develop applications that allow the end user to make better informed decisions. For additional information regarding GIS, please visit www.gis.com.
The GIS Data are available for download from our Data Depot and maps are available for viewing and downloading from Map Mart. Links to the mapping applications can be found in the Interactive Tools Section located on the right of this.