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The GIS Mapping Division maintains all Aiken County Government maps, including tax maps, zoning maps, and political maps. GIS uses computers to create accurate digital maps. The GIS database, which is used to create all the various County maps, is edited and maintained on a daily basis. Maps can be viewed online or purchased in the GIS Mapping office or by mail.

Download the Aiken County Official Road Map Atlas

Note: The map links and printing from the map services below will open in a new window. If you have problems with the map links working see the Online Map Help Information below.

 
Online Map Services
parcel locator
A map service for most recent parcel map data.  Parcels are constantly updated from deeds and plats recorded in the RMC Office.  This service also has 2001 aerial photography and County Zoning Information.

political maps
A map service for viewing various political boundaries, such as: County Council Districts; State Senate Districts; State House Districts; Congressional Districts; and Voter Precinct Boundaries.

parcel ownership
A map service that allows you to search Current Tax Year Assessment Data (all property activity through December 31 of the previous year) by parcel number or property address.

Current GIS Mapping product price list
GIS Parcel Number Conversion function

Online Map Help Information
Having trouble accessing the online maps?
The likely problem is that there is a pop-up blocker active. Most people are familiar with the Google or Yahoo pop-up blockers, but Windows XP operating system, a downloaded program called Web Search, Norton security systems, and others all have their own pop-up blockers. If you use popup blocking software, it should be temporarily deactivated, or set to pass specific websites. It is best to have only one active, or at least an awareness of the pop-up blockers you have on your computer. You can usually allow pop-ups for specific websites by holding down the Ctrl key while accessing the website.

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