The Land Information Office (LIO) is responsible for coordinating efforts related to GIS (Geographic Information Systems), maps, and other land records within Brown County. The LIO has an oversight committee (Land Information Council
) that meets about 3 times per year. The LIO is also guided by the Wisconsin Land Information Program (WLIP
) within the Wisconsin Department of Administration. The LIO maintains and implements a 3-year strategic plan which you may view here
Brown County's Official GIS Map is the BrownDog Online GIS Map.
This is the 'flagship' GIS map that most people use because it's where you'll find property lines, aerial photos, streets, addresses, and a whole lot more. In addition to the BrownDog map, there are many other more focused maps and GIS apps published by the Land Information Office that you may explore here: