Dozens of people across Northern Kentucky use the LINK-GIS map viewer on a daily basis for business or personal applications. With the system’s new release, users can now access the viewer’s interactive maps on their mobile devices. “I have to tell you that I don’t know that I’d be able to do half of what […]
The Voting Information map shows the precincts and polling locations in Campbell, Kenton, and Pendleton Counties. This easy to use map allows the user to search polling locations by clicking on precincts on the map or search by precinct name in the Find Polling Location.
The PDS GIS department worked closely recently with the Homebuilders Association of Northern Kentucky (HBA) on a project to determine the number of “finished” subdivided lots in Kenton County. Finished lots are vacant lots ready to be sold but without an existing structure. Additional lot definitions utilized in this project fell under several categories: lots […]
NKAPC staff undertook and completed a county-wide sidewalk inventory earlier this year. Locations of all sidewalks, pathways, trails, and crosswalks were documented along with materials to the extent that they can be determined from aerial imagery. This information has already proven valuable in various planning projects including assessment of existing conditions for the Direction 2030 […]
The LINK-GIS website is undergoing a makeover. NKAPC contracted recently with two consulting firms to help its staff upgrade the functionality and look of the site that serves Kenton, Campbell, and Pendleton Counties. The Commission expects to put the new service online by mid fall. “The website has been online for almost five years,” said […]
LINK-GIS will soon include updated aerial photographs as part of its hundreds of layers of information. NKAPC staff is nearing completion of work with Photo Science of Lexington to make available detailed aerial photography of Campbell and Kenton Counties taken last year. The new photography is expected to be ready by the end of next […]