GIS Maps

Camden County GIS is available On-Line!

Maps and tabular data presented on the Interactive Maps pages which follow are developed from public records and data sources including recorded deeds, plats, and other public records.

** GIS Maps are not intended to be surveys and should not be used as such. Please note that the data reflected on the GIS maps is the most current spatial data available. Your tax bill is reflective of your property boundary as of January 1 of each year. For questions about mapping, please contact the GIS Coordinator at the phone number listed to the left. For tax card information, please contact the Tax Administrator at 252-338-1919 ext. 225. **

Users of these mapping applications are hereby notified that the aforementioned public primary information sources should be consulted for verification of the information contained on this website. While efforts have been made to use the most current and accurate data, Camden County and the mapping and software companies assume no legal responsibility for the information contained in the Interactive Mapping Web Pages.

Parcels and Tax Data are updated twice a month.

Having Problems?

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  • On the Camden County GIS site, a link to 'Help' is located on the tool bar (far right side) that explains how to use the various tools, as well as the search feature on the site.

Every effort has been made to insure that the information offered is correct and up-to-date. However, complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Requesters are responsible for understanding issues related to GIS digital data, mapping, and data accuracy.

**Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data owned by Camden County is considered public record within North Carolina.