Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The Hunterdon County Division of GIS, established in 1998, creates and maintains the spatial data and web mapping applications according to the needs of the County, Departments and Municipal Partners. Spatial data plays an important role in all aspects of local government, particularly the parcel and easement datasets. The data created by the Division of GIS is shared with the public, local municipalities, as well as the state. These datasets support County functions and future planning. The Division works internally with any County Department needing access to spatial data or internal and external web mapping apps, with several public facing apps.
Click on the images below to access these apps.
A searchable web application allowing users to locate a Veteran's grave site. The project was limited to the Prospect Hill, Saint Magdalen and Flemington Jewish Community Cemeteries, with the objective to locate veterans grave sites in additional cemeteries in the future.
An application where local agricultural businesses can provide current information about their products and services and the public can go to discover what the County's Agricultural community has to offer.
HuntHistory.org brings Hunterdon County’s history to life, beyond a few sentences on a historic marker. It bridges the gap between your direct experience and awareness of the historic narrative in an unprecedented way. When you are at a historic site you will see the HuntHistory.Org sign below the site marker sign. Scanning the QR code or entering the URL will bring you to this application.