What is GIS?
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a set of tools for the collection and maintenance of databases and their spatial position. These tools are capable of creating maps and figures to display a multitude of data and the geographic position of that data within a particular area. Point, line, and polygon features are represented with associated attributes as layers within GIS. These layers can then be visually manipulated to draw illustrative and statistical conclusions. GIS can create maps for landowners, geographically represent sales data, illustrate and manage parcel boundaries, and calculate statistics as it relates to the geographic scope of a project. But the true scope of GIS is only limited by the needs and purposes of the user or requestor.
Cowley County Map Book
Download the Cowley County Map Book.
If you would like a printed map book (which includes additional features) please contact GIS.
Cowley County Map Book – UPDATE 2013
Cowley County provides access to GIS and map information via the Internet through its interactive mapping tools. Using a web browser, you can view a variety of geographic and related tabular information for the County.
- County Road Map
- Stone Arch Bridge Map - 42″x47″
- Stone Arch Bridge Map – Letter Size
- Stone Arch Bridge Pictures
- Cemetery Location Map
- Directions to Memorial Lawn Cemetery
- Rural Water Districts
- Fire Districts
- School Districts
- Commission Districts
- State Representative Districts
Request a Map
If you need to have a specific map created that is not available above, please complete the Map Request Form. Completed forms can be E-Mailed to the GIS/MIS office from within the form or returned by hand to the Cowley County Courthouse:
311 E 9th Avenue
Winfield, KS 67156