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How do I request a GIS map?

If you need a custom map, the DCRPC has the ability to create one for a fee.  The DCRPC staff maintains over 100 GIS layers for the Delaware County.  The available GIS data was either created by the Commission staff, or provided by the County Auditors Office GIS office or other county agencies.  Due to the large amount of available data, it is recommended that individuals who want to order a map contact the staff directly. However, a GIS Mapping Order Form may be downloaded and submitted to begin the process. Please note that maps are created as time allows and are usually completed within two days, depending on the workload in the GIS department.  According to the following schedule, the DCRPC will only charge for material costs for standard (existing) maps.  The non-standard custom maps may include an additional fee for staff production time. 


*Standard Custom Map



11 by 17 color



24 by 36 color



36 by 48 color



* Check with GIS staff

DCRPC GIS Services:

GIS Mapping

- GIS color map: map size from 8" by 11" to 36" by 48" (E size)

- Zoning map county-wide (E size) and by township (11" by 17")

- Township master plan maps

- Aerial Photo with topology maps

- Utility maps

- Development pattern maps

- Customized maps using more than 70 GIS data layers

DCGIS-Viewer (ArcExplorer by ESRI)

- On CD

- Zoning and Master Plan GIS Maps (ArcView Shape Files) with documents (Adobe PDF) by township

- All townships available.


Note: The Delaware County Auditor's DALIS Project website provides many free standard downloadable maps. To see if they have what you are looking for, click here: dalismaps  

See the current Annual Report for a summary of DCRPC GIS activities

The DCRPC developed the initial Geographic Information System in 1990 to conduct a county-wide master plan.  The system, developed as a specific application for the land use plan, was used to compile and manage the social and physical environmental data (almost 60 layers). Since then, the system has been expanded to a departmental GIS for reviewing new development projects such as subdivision and rezoning proposals and for creating township comprehensive plans.  Since 1998, the system has been used in monthly DCRPC meetings, township comprehensive plan meetings, and other public presentations, continuously updating its technology to provide increased services for our communities. 

DCRPC  109 N Sandusky Street, Delaware, OH 43015  Phone: 740.833.2260  Fax: 740.833.2259