Quarter Sections: 2,134
Tax Parcels: 198,225
Board of Elections MOVED: Cohen-Joliet Building, Board of Elections, 3525 Regent Ave N.E Canton, OH 44705
The mission of Stark County GIS is to develop the most accurate mapping system possible, enabling all current and future mapping in and outside of the County to be referenced to a common framework.
On Wednesday, June 4th beginning at 4:00PM, the GIS Department will be undergoing geodatabase maintenance. This maintenance will render the ArcGIS Online mapping services unavailable through 12:00 A.M. There is a possibility the services will be down until 10:00 A.M the following morning (June 4th), however, we expect these services to be up and running as normal. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. ... Read More
On Thursday, May 8th beginning at 4:30PM, the GIS Department will be undergoing server maintenance. This maintenance will render the ArcGIS Online mapping services unavailable through 8:30 P.M. Expect these services to be up and running as normal the following morning (May 9th). Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. ... Read More
The Stark County Emergency Management Agency Director, Timothy Warstler, and the Stark County Auditor, Alan Harold's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Department, created and installed an Emergency Service Number (ESN) layer on all 911 computer stations. Between sixty and seventy percent of 911 calls made are VOIP or wireless and therefore are not associated with an ESN. With the ESN layer, call-takers and dispatchers are able to quickly locate the boundaries of each service provider's jurisdiction and more efficiently, dispatch the correct police, fire, and medical services to the scene of an emergency. For instance, when four jurisdictions meet at the middle of an intersection, being able to visibly see those boundaries on the call-taker/dispatcher's monitor can decrease the amount of time it takes to route calls to the proper responders. Similar to all the county's GIS data, the ESN layer was implemented to be updated alongside changes to Stark County's townships, cities, and villages while providing the means to save time and resources. ... Read More
On October 16th, 2013, the Stark County Engineer, Keith A. Bennett, P.E, P.S. and the Stark County Auditor, Alan Harold, merged their two web-based GIS applications to a single website. These services are now in one, convenient, place providing a simple and efficient web browsing experience. ... Read More