Posts tagged Map Viewer

Staff rolls out database of subdivision lots available, developed

Want to know more about lot availability of subdivisions in Kenton County? Through the collaborative efforts of PDS staff, new subdivision data has been created and is now available on the new LINK-GIS Development Analyst map viewer. Two members of the GIS team, Joe Busemeyer, GISP and Steve Lilly, PLS, GISP, CPII; have utilized the […]

Analytics show new GIS website capabilities increase user traffic

PDS’ new LINK-GIS website experienced a 49 percent increase in unique visitors during the first quarter of FY17 compared to the first quarter of FY16, according to Google Analytics. That increase in unique visitors drove an increase in the number of sessions by 70 percent during the same period. Unique visitors are determined by the […]

Staff update, upgrade, and upload improved LINK-GIS website

The LINK-GIS website, linkgis.org, has an updated look and feel. Streamlined, sleek and easy-to-use were goals accomplished with this latest overhaul of the popular geographic resource. PDS staff rolled out a new public-facing website earlier this month. It replaces a website that had been in place since 2010. After sifting through thousands of website templates, […]

GIS staff pursues roadshow highlighting capabilities of new website

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 […]

New LINK-GIS Map Viewer for finding Precinct and Polling Locations

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.

Access 30+ pieces of detailed property information with a single click

LINK-GIS’ new map viewer tool was put into service recently. Following an effort to beef up the information available with one click of the mouse, Map Viewer will now serve up numerous levels of property information in a quick, simple, and concise manner. “One of our top priorities was to pull information from many sources […]

LINK-GIS maps now useable on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices

Stating the obvious, time flies in the world of technology. In the six years since the last major update of the LINK-GIS website, many things in the world of technology have changed. Back then the iPhone was on its 3G release. Android devices had been on the market for less than a year. And, the […]

Expanding the Reach of LINK-GIS through new Map Viewer Platform

In the six years since LINK-GIS’s last major update of the map viewer, many things have changed. The iPhone was on the 3G release. Android devices had hit market less than a year before. The iPad didn’t even exist. Now, according to the Pew Research Center, around 64% of American adults own a smartphone. A […]

Aerial Photos Through the Years Available on LINK-GIS Website

Among many recent changes and improvements to the LINK-GIS website was the addition of the Historic Imagery widget.  This tool is available on the LINK-GIS Map Viewer.  Users are able to transition images from an eleven year span to see changes to buildings, roads, and land cover.  Aerial photos from 1999, 2004, 2007, and 2010 […]

Additional polling place information

In addition to the precinct maps available in the online store and the precincts and polling information available in the LinkGIS Viewer, we are pleased to announce additional information available about the polling locations.  Each polling location has a two hyperlinks.  One connects to a photo of the location while the other links to driving […]