Office of GIS & Addressing

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BY ORDER OF THE JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION ON MAY 21, 2020, THE MASON BUILDING WILL CONTINUE TO BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC DUE TO COVID-19. THE MASON BUILDING WILL REOPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020.

WHILE THE OFFICES ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC WE WILL CONDUCT BUSINESS AS BEST WE CAN UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES. YOU MAY CONTACT OUR OFFICES AT THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS LISTED BELOW OR VIA EMAIL AS FOLLOWS:

BUILDING PERMITS & INSPECTIONS: 304-725-2998, permits@jeffersoncountywv.org
IMPACT FEES: 304-728-3331, mmason@jeffersoncountywv.org
ENGINEERING: 304-728-3257, engineering@jeffersoncountywv.org
PLANNING: 304-728-3228, planningdepartment@jeffersoncountywv.org
ZONING: 304-728-3228, zoning@jeffersoncountywv.org
GIS & ADDRESSING: 304-724-6759, gis@jeffersoncountywv.org

BUILDING INSPECTIONS WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE BUILDING INSPECTORS, HOWEVER, NO ONE CAN BE PRESENT ON SITE DURING THE INSPECTION PROCESS. IF THIS CANNOT BE OBSERVED, INSPECTORS HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO NOT CONDUCT THE INSPECTION AND TO LEAVE THE SITE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING DURING THIS TIME OF UNCERTAINTY.


 

logo_colorThe Jefferson County GIS/Addressing Office is responsible for the creation and maintenance of all GIS data, except parcel (cadastral) data, for the Jefferson County government. This includes data for the E9-1-1 Communications Center mapping system. The office is also in charge of all addressing services, road name approval, and street sign maintenance for the County.

Learn about Addressing Services in Jefferson County
Learn about the 2001-2008 Readdressing Project

Review our E9-1-1 Addressing Ordinance

 

Our Mission Statement:

To support the needs of citizens, businesses, and government by developing, maintaining, and providing accurate, current and cost-effective geospatial information and database management systems through the use of the highest professional standards and ethics.

 

Important News

  • Jefferson County GIS has gone interactive! Our office understands the need of the public to be able to easily search for information pertaining to specific locations. As such, we are working on digitizing some of our more widely used maps and have made it easier to download our data. To visit our Interactive Maps & Open Data Portal, please click here. 
  • Our office has completed the Address Compliance Program.
    • To visit the Program webpage, click here.

 

Questions or Comments? Contact Us