The County-City Geographic Information System (CoCiGIS) is a collaborative, multi-agency effort to create, maintain and use a GIS in the governing local DeKalb communities.

Formed through a partnership between DeKalb County and the cities of Auburn, Butler and Garrett, CoCiGIS leverages the shared resources of these government entities to provide a single repository for public information that can be trusted for its accuracy and completeness. Even more, it has helped each entity reduce costs and duplication of effort.

CoCiGIS mapping and GIS data, which is accessible to residents and businesses alike, has a number of different users and types of applications:

Residents use it to find home values and property taxes

Local governments access it for economic development

Insurance companies analyze it to evaluate property risk management

Utility companies use it to better manage power distribution

School systems and election boards review it for re-districting and much more

CoCiGIS Tools

To provide data for various uses, we created different applications that allow you to access the information you’re looking for, whether it’s property value, ownership, boundaries or other information.


The Beacon map assists public users with a multitude of data involving parcel boundaries, tax data, utilities, school districts, economic development, safety information and much more.

CoCiGIS is actively seeking ways to improve how our communities use our data and applications.