This site was originally launched in August 2009 and the redesign was deployed in May 2015. For questions or comments regarding this website please e-mail email@example.com.
It was designed for you to get information quickly. Often the desired information may be found here without entering into one of our Dynamic GIS Online Viewers.
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The data provided on this site are prepared for the inventory of real property found within York County and are compiled from recorded plats, deeds, and other public records and data. This data is for informational purposes only and should not be substituted for a true title search, property appraisal survey, or for zoning verification. York County assumes no legal responsibility for the information contained in this data. Map data are based on the South Carolina state plane coordinate system, NAD83.
YORK COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA GOVERNMENT, AND ITS MAPPING CONTRACTORS DO NOT WARRANT THE ACCURACY OF THE DISPLAYED INFORMATION AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY WARRANTY FOR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS MAP IS NOT A LEGAL SURVEY.
- How do I get a map made of … ?
- Using one of the dynamic map viewers (e.g. Parcel Viewer on the Online Mapping
Applications page ) zoom to the area of interest, make the appropriate map layers visible (if not already), and then
print the map (click the ‘I want to button’ in the upper left corner of the map then click the ‘Create a printable map’
option). Alternately the Easy Search application could
be used to search for a known entity (e.g. address, street, owner, taxmapid) and on the resulting report click on a link
to one of the dynamic viewers. For more detailed instructions on printing a map please review our blog on this topic.
- My property is not drawn correctly (e.g. the boundary is drawn on top of my house). What should I do?
- There are many variations to this question. Use the submit problems website to let
us know what the issue is. A representative from the County Tax Assessor's Office will review your inquiry and let you
know what actions are taken.
- My property is not supposed to look like what is presented when I review it using the GIS Online website.
- Always check the officially recorded document for the legal description of the property. The disclaimer on the GIS web pages describes how the digital drawing of the property boundaries is an approximation of the legal documents.
- How do I access historical aerial photography?
- The Historical Imagery
Viewer has aerial photography of York County from 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000s. Please review the instructions on
our blog to learn how to access 1970 and 1980 imagery through the index number for each image. Imagery for other
years are not indexed (the images seamlessly cover the whole county) and do not require this extra step. Basic
instructions as well as blog links are also provided on the opening page (left panel) of the Historical Imagery Viewer.
- How do I obtain digital files of GIS data layers?
- Digital data of York County can be downloaded, for free, with either the Data
Extraction application or the Data Download site.
The Data Extraction application provides a map with a user interface to define of the geographic area to be extracted.
A limited number of data layers are available and the output formats include shapefile and AutoCAD (dwg or dxf).
The Data Download site provides access to most of the data layers available from York County and each layer covers the
entire geographic extents of the county. The download files are shapefiles.
For an explanation of data limitations and exceptions as well as instructions and other details concerning downloaded
data please look at the GIS Data Download page.