The Jefferson County GIS/Addressing Office is currently in the process of converting a few of our more popular maps into interactive maps for the web. As each map is developed, it will be added to the list below. -- To view a full list of our publicly available paper maps, please click here.
DISCLAIMER: The Jefferson County GIS/Addressing Office is not responsible for the accuracy or maintenance of outside source data/maps. Any data/map you download from an outside source falls under the purview of that source. Maps provided on this page are for general use only and may not be altered, published, or distributed without consent from our office.
Jefferson County WV Election Map
This map will provide basic polling and representative information for residents of Jefferson County, WV. For more detailed information, please contact the Jefferson County Voter Registration & Elections Office.
Jefferson County WV Public Safety Map
This map will provide basic first due areas (Fire, EMS, & Police) for residents of Jefferson County, WV.
Jefferson County WV Tax Map Viewer
Source: Jefferson County Assessor's Office
This map will provide basic tax information for properties in Jefferson County, WV. For more detailed information, please contact the Jefferson County Assessor's Office.
(The Tax Viewer Map is maintained by the Jefferson County Assessor's Office. For questions about the map or your viewer account, please contact their office.)
West Virginia Flood Tool
Source: West Virginia GIS Technical Center
The West Virginia Flood Tool is designed to provide floodplain managers, insurance agents, developers, real estate agents, local planners, and citizens with an effective means by which to make informed decisions about the degree of flood risk for a specific area or property.
Watershed Resources Registry
Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency
This is an interactive online mapping tool that prioritizes areas for preservation and restoration of wetlands, riparian zones, terrestrial areas, and stormwater management control across an entire state. The tool is helpful for a wide variety of purposes but is especially useful for developers, natural resource planners, transportation planners, and others who are required to avoid impacting natural areas or to provide mitigation for any unavoidable impact.