Unfortunately, the Maps section of our website is not functioning anymore. There is a problem that will require us to update our software. While that is in the plans, we do not have a timeline for when this will work again. In the meantime, please visit http://gis.hillsdale.us for any maps of Hillsdale County. Thank you.
Hillsdale County GIS and the Land Information Access Association gathered the collection of maps (listed below) in this Community Center from a variety of Federal, State, and Local government sources. These sources include the Environmental Protection Agency, US Census Bureau, US Department of Agriculture, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Quality, Hillsdale County among others. Local field teams participating in the development of the Community Center will be collecting information such as historic sites or points of interest for specific communities and maps will be created showing these points.
We highly recommend that if this is your first time viewing the Community Center Maps, you take a few minutes to use the Map Instructions below to familiarize yourself with these unique map viewing screens. A few of the map features or "tools" available while you are viewing a map include Overlays, Zoom and Search. Some of the overlays are listed below. The Zoom feature allows you to see details in a close-up of an area. Whether zoomed in or out, you can always click on a road to learn its name, or on the small outlined boxes that will give you such information as Township or City name, Lake name, Zoning District label - depending on the map you are viewing. The Search feature allows you to search for a parcel number or property owner.
The maps should be used in conjunction with information available in the Land Use Planning and Community Information areas of the Community Center. They are intended to promote more informed land use planning, helping to protect our natural resources and the things we care about in our communities. As part of the GIS effort, training is available from the Hillsdale County Michigan State University Extension office on the use of GIS.
For comments or questions on this map index or training opportunities, please contact the webmaster of this site: email@example.com.
The Map Index and Maps work best with Internet Explorer.