Yadkin County GIS and Addressing
Davie/Yadkin County Line Project
In October 2013, Yadkin County and Davie County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution requesting the North Carolina Geodetic Survey (NCGS) "establish the exact boundary between Davie County and Yadkin County". Between 2013 and 2020, NCGS researched the boundary location and in March 2020 presented their findings to both counties. Please visit the following Davie/ Yadkin County Line Mapping Project to view related documentation, maps, and web mapping application.
Effective as of March 27, 2020, the Yadkin County GIS Department will only operate and accept request by email or telephone. All paper copy maps will now be delivered digitally in PDF format. Please dial (336)-849-7704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any GIS related issues or request.
Please keep in mind that the site is still under fine tuning!
GIS website data is provided by the Yadkin County GIS department. This website is hosted by a 3rd party vendor.
GIS Website Features
- Search by Parcel ID, Address, and more
- View multiple GIS Layers (zoning districts, town limits, and more)
- Frequently Updated
- Google Street View
- Measurement Tools
Interested in GIS Products? Prices are listed below
- Printed (Legal or Letter Size) - $1
- Plotter produced maps larger than 11” by 17” - $15
- Custom Mapping - $30.00 per hour
Welcome to the Yadkin County GIS department page. We strive to provide accurate and current data to Yadkin County citizens. Our data is sourced from other Yadkin County departments as well as state and federal agencies. Yadkin County GIS utilizes Enhanced 911 (E911) to create and manage 911 addresses. These addresses are used for quick identification by emergency services in case of an emergency.
This website provides an expansive collection of North Carolina data. Data is collected by government agencies, the private sector, among other sources. Browse datasets by theme and find North Carolina geographic data.
The UNC Institute of Museum and Library Services website provides historic maps to the public. Some of these maps date back to the late 1700’s.
UNC Library Maps