GIS, Geographic Information Systems, is a technology in which data in the form of points, lines, and polygons are connected to databases providing information about a geographical area. GIS is a digital map containing several layers of data, each layer containing specific information within the digital map. Parcels, flood data, and street centerlines are a few examples of map layers.
DISCLAIMER: Meade County, SD, provides the GIS information and data as a public service. The online map does not represent a plat or survey. It is for reference only. No liability, either expressed or implied, for the accuracy of the data delineated herein is assumed by Meade County, SD. The GIS map data is provided for reference purposes only and may not be distributed without prior signed authorization from the Schneider Corporation, who manages Beacon. Meade County updates the data periodically. To ensure you have the most current information, contact the Meade County Equalization and Planning Department. Meade County is not responsible for any website downtime. The map and data available on the interactive website are provided "as is" without any warranty or any representation of accuracy, timeliness, or completeness. By acceptance of this data, the user agrees to all terms and conditions of this data and will not convey or sell the data or any part of it to a third party.
IMPORTANT NOTICE!!! On September 30th, 2017, Meade County will be shutting down the MeadeGeo GIS site in its entirety, and current subscribers will be moved to the new Beacon subscription platform. If you currently have an active subscription to MeadeGeo, it will be honored under the Beacon GIS site. However, when renewing subscriptions, you will need to renew through the Beacon subscription platform.
Please visit our new Beacon GIS site with limited free access. Full access is available with subscription purchase. For questions concerning the Beacon GIS site and/or its subscriptions, please contact Schneider Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-973-7100.
The old MeadeGeo GIS site will be accessible at the links below until the end of September, 2017.