Does Kershaw County currently have GIS data online?
Yes, click this link to be redirected to our WebGIS site.
Can I purchase GIS data and paper maps from Kershaw County?
Yes. We have a number of layers available for purchase. You can download the license agreement from the link below and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Upon approval you will be contacted about delivery and payment. The most common layers are Addresses, Parcels, road center lines, Flood Zone, Zoning, Subdivision, Aerial Photography. We have other layers that are available as well.
A KC Data Sharing Agreement document and payment needs to be submitted and approved prior to any data being sent.
Listed below is a link to available products and the pricing list and the data sharing agreement.
How can I subdivide my tax parcel into multiple tracts?
Property is normally subdivided when a deed is recorded and an approved subdivision plat is recorded. We normally do not divide property up when an Estate plat or individual plat is recorded. The reason we do not subdivide every time a plat is recorded is because it could be for mortgage purposes or preparing for disbursement of property when someone dies. However, we will subdivide the property if the owner of recorded plat comes to the GIS/Addressing Office and fills out a split form and
provides a copy of an recorded plat. All plats have to be approved by the Planning and Zoning Department.