The County of Belmont assumes no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions, or discrepancies.
The base mapping contained herein was photogrametrically compiled to National Map Accuracy Standards by Kucera International Inc., Willoughby, Ohio, from aerial photography dated April 2001, March 2006 and April 2011 based on ground control in the Ohio State Plane Coordinate System, South Zone, NAD83(95), US survey foot. The parcel lines on this map, if any, were digitized from paper tax maps and adhere to no accuracy standard. All data on this map were created for the use of Belmont County for county government purposes. The suitability of this map for any other use is not guaranteed and the user assumes all risk for such uses. Belmont County, Ohio, assumes no legal responsibility for the information on this map. Users noting errors or omissions are encouraged to contact the Belmont County Geographic Information System Office.
Upon your first visit, wait a few minutes and you will be asked to install an ActiveX control for Autodesk MapGuide. This is normal. Once installed, the county map will appear. Note: You must use Internet Explorer for this to work. Other browsers such as FireFox will not work.
If you agree to these conditions and want to access the aerial mapping, click the link below. Otherwise, click your back button to return to the previous page.
As you zoom in on the map, more features appear. Right-click in the map area for zooming and other options.
Sorry, parcel mapping which adheres to reasonable quality standards is not available in GIS format. Scanned tax maps are available on the Tax Maps page, and tabular parcel data is searchable on the Parcel Data page. Opening these pages on new tabs (right-click the hyperlink, Open in New Tab) provides a handy way to flip back and forth between these pages without closing any of them.
Here is a list of layers available at the countywide level:
Here is a list of additional layers available at a zoom factor of 1:15,000 or closer:
You may also download the 2001, 2006 and 2011 aerial digital orthophotography by 5000' tile (2001 and 2006) or 2500' tile (2011) by turning on the Download Aerial Photo layer and clicking on the tile you want. A hyperlink will appear at the lower right of your screen of the zipped tile in MrSID format along with its world file.
Zoom to a particular scale by right-clicking anywhere in the map area, and select Scale and enter the scale you want (1:12,000 means 1 inch = 1,000 feet, for example). Scale is displayed under the map area.
Display Latitude/Longitude in decimal format by right-clicking anywhere in the map area, and selecting Help, Preferences, and checking the Display mouse position box. Units can be lat/lon or NAD83 feet Ohio State Plane South. Values are displayed under the Legend area.
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Belmont County GIS