Mapping - Geographic Information System (GIS)
Rome/Floyd County GIS Overview
The Rome/Floyd County GIS office is a joint operation serving both the City of Rome and Floyd County. It is directly subordinate to the Rome/Floyd County Planning Department with employment handled by the City of Rome. It utilizes software developed by the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), with an ArcGIS Enterprise foundation. It currently employs two full-time personnel with several city and county employees who have secondary duties in GIS. The GIS office is located at 607 Broad Street on the second floor of the Carnegie Building.
Rome/Floyd County GIS Mission Statement
The mission of the Rome/Floyd County GIS office is to support the processes, workflows and policies of the City of Rome and Floyd County governments through improving our infrastructure, economic development, planning, health, safety, environment, and recreation by utilizing geographic data to map, analyze, visualize, and discover patterns, trends, and anomalies.
What is GIS?
According to ESRI, “A geographic information system (GIS) is a system that creates, manages, analyzes, and maps all types of data. GIS connects data to a map, integrating location data (where things are) with all types of descriptive information (what things are like there). This provides a foundation for mapping and analysis that is used in science and almost every industry. GIS helps users understand patterns, relationships, and geographic context. The benefits include improved communication and efficiency as well as better management and decision making.”
GIS Fee Schedule
|Printed Maps||Size & Format||Cost|
|ANSI-E||34 by 44||$25|
|ANSI-D||22 by 34||$20|
|ANSI-B||11 by 17||$15|
|ANSI-A||8.5 by 11||$10|
|Digital Format||CD, Flash Drive, Email, etc...||$5|
|Countywide Shapefile||Per Layer||$500|
Process for GIS Requests
Please follow the process outlined below to help ensure GIS requests are handled in a timely manner:
- Call our mainline at (706) 236-5025
- You will be directed to the GIS Director; or
- You will need to leave a message
- If leaving a message:
- Please leave your name, callback number, email (if necessary for sending PDF files of your map request)
- Please be as specific as possible in your request such as size and type of media (PDF, PNG, CAD, paper print, etc.) expected time of delivery, and any other information you wish to include
- The GIS office will follow up with questions or other information related to your request.
Deeds & Plats
Please contact the deed room at 706-291-5159 or 706-314-1858 for copies of deeds or plats.
*** DISCLAIMER ***
GIS data and information shared here is not authoritative and is for general reference only. It is strongly suggested that due diligence is performed before beginning any project based upon data found here. All data is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind either expressed or implied.