Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & Mapping

News & Updates

Comprehensive Recreation Plan Map
Hubbard County is kicking off a comprehensive recreation plan, and would like your input on recreational activities that matter to you.  WSB & Associates, our partner for the project, has created an interactive map
 to help gather public comments.  Questions about the recreation plan may be directed to the Natural Resource Management Department.

New Hunter Walking Trails Map

Hubbard County's Natural Resource Management Department and GIS Office have worked together to develop a new interactive map that displays the locations of designated hunter walking trails on County-administered land.  
The new map can be used on your smartphone, including a useful feature to display your current location.  If you're using the map on your computer at home, there is also a button to print a map of the area you're currently viewing.  Check out the new map here!


Hubbard County GIS Data is Now Available Online, Free of Charge

Hubbard County has launched a new Open Geospatial Data site that allows users to explore and download official Hubbard County data.  While other websites and companies offer to sell copies of Hubbard County GIS data, the data we provide on our Open Geospatial Data site is free of charge, comes directly from the source, and is the most up to date.  Better data availability enables more informed decision-making on investments and enhancements in our communities and provides support for numerous economic activities. This new site is the only official, authoritative source for geospatial data provided by Hubbard County.  


GIS LayersWhat we do

Counties use a geographic information system, or GIS, to store, manage, and map out all kinds of useful information.  One of the simplest examples is to think about combining Google Maps with a plat book.  We use GIS technology to display, analyze, and interact with property information.  We also use GIS to help county employees track and complete tasks in the office or in the field, such as measuring buildings and setbacks, installing a road sign, or managing timber harvests.

The GIS office is responsible for the planning, design, implementation, maintenance, and technical support of the County’s GIS data, information, and products, as well as administration of the County’s Enhanced 911 (E911) addressing program which includes assigning
new physical addresses
to properties.


We have several maps and apps that provide access to a wealth of information related to property parcels, land records, property tax and assessment information, roads, government corners and PLSS data, and more.



Hubbard County General GIS Data Disclaimer:
This data is furnished on an ‘as is’ basis with no guarantee or representation about the accuracy, currency, suitability, performance, merchantability, reliability, or fitness of the data for any particular purpose. Hubbard County, MN shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, compensatory, or consequential damages or third party claims resulting from the use of this data, even if Hubbard County, MN has been advised of the possibility of such potential loss or damage. This data may not be used in jurisdictions that do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This disclaimer is provided pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 466.03, Subd. 21.