Geographic Information Systems
The Kendall County Geographic Information Systems Department is continuing to work and make this site as helpful as possible. There are links to departmental applications as well as other helpful information. Please feel free to comment on the site using the link at the bottom of all pages.
The Kendall County GIS is currently a branch of the County's Technology Services Department. The role of the GIS Division is to coordinate and provide GIS services to Kendall County Departments, outside agencies, and the public, with responsibility in managing the hardware, software, data, maps, and interactive applications that encompass the enterprise GIS.
Many County Departments are benefiting from the tools provided utilizing GIS. A few current examples of how GIS is being implemented include:
The Kendall County Forest Preserve - using GPS technology to plan and identify trails.
The Kendall County Health Department - mapping various types of well sites using GPS technology for accurate spatial representation in the Well & Septic Program.
Current departments benefiting from GIS services include:
- Chief County Assessing Official (Supervisor of Assessments)
- County Board
- County Clerk
- Board of Review
- Forest Preserve District
- Health Department
- Highway Department
- Kendall Area Transit
- Planning, Building and Zoning
- Recorder of Deeds
- Regional Superintendent of Schools
- Sheriff's Office
- State's Attorneys Office