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GIS Maps of Greenville

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Its geat that Greenville provides that much info for free. That inclues aerial photos, lot lines, and apparently infrastructure.

Richland County's GIS can be located here: http://www.richlandmaps.com/

Their data is not as accessible unless you are willing to pay for it.

They have a kick-ass flythrough of downtown that is worth a look if you are interested. 56k beware! the smalles file is 3MB

http://www.richlandmaps.com/redirect.asp?h.../maps/maps.html

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I was looking through old post. Thought this one was great! The GIS maps posted by jarvisj3 really show the density of Greenville. Amazing how much density is OUTSIDE the city limits. Development to Greer and the Southeast look no different than inside the city limits.

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Its geat that Greenville provides that much info for free. That inclues aerial photos, lot lines, and apparently infrastructure.

...and don't overlook property owners/values/taxes, too!

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Cool! Richland counties is cool too...It's amazing how the majority of density in both counties is outside of the city limits of both cities...Humph, I hope our annexation laws change sometime in the near future

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