This is where we'll announce what's happening in Belmont County GIS. The most recent information is listed first. See news from prior years for a historic review of the status of GIS in Belmont County.
A set of maps from 1910 have been scanned and added online that show surface and coal owners. The set is called "Township Maps - Belmont Co., Ohio, Farm Lines and Coal Fields" and has a page for each township plus indexes.
State officials from ODOT and OGRIP met February 7 with local officials from 911, EMA, Oil & Gas and the GIS office to discuss a renewed effort to collaborate in a LBRS project. All seemed to be in agreement to proceed. The next step will be to evaluate an MOA and win approval from as many county offices as possible.
PLSO's 2017 Annual Conference was Feb. 15-18 in Sandusky, Ohio. The Ohio Valley Chapter is planning a workshop to be held at Fort Steuben May 5.
A kick-off meeting was held February 22 with Bruce Harris & Associates for development of a new web mapping site.
A kick-off meeting was held this month in preparation for a countywide flight this spring to produce 1/2 foot color orthophotography.
The Census Bureau is gearing up for the 2020 Census by requesting updates to Boundary Annexation Survey (BAS) mapping.
PLSO and the State Board of Registration have partnered to publish 200 new Ohio Surveying Laws books, which have been received by PLSO.
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