Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

The GIS department is tasked with collaborating with all departments to gather and share quality up-to-date data within the county and to the public. This data includes tax parcel information, roads, addresses, buildings, elevations, zoning, floodplains, fire districts, ems districts, voting wards, and many others.
GIS is most commonly used to map spatial data, but can also be used to store, view, and analyze non-spatial data. Geographic Information Systems can quickly retrieve data to then create maps, charts, or reports. 
The department is excited to offer specialized skills to maintain and create new applications for Ashland County. Please let us know of your projects or questions relating to GIS.  

Land Information Council Meeting agendas and minutes are here.

Ashland County's Flood Ready Resource webpage is found here.


Large dataset links 

      Or contact the GIS Department to request the full 6 inch resolution raster 


Land Information links

                          For more information visit the Land Description Department webpage here

Or it can be viewed through the new interactive webmap by selecting a parcel and viewing the data in the pop-up parcel window.



                                 For more information visit the Register of Deeds Office webpage here


                                 For more information visit the Land Description Department webpage here


Wisconsin Statewide Parcel Map


The Wisconsin Statewide Parcel Map download webpage provides an aggregated statewide database, web app, and individual county datasets in a standardized format.