Past Department Projects

June 2011
Wayne County IT and GIS departments completed the new tax department CAMA system to GIS database integration. Property information contained in the maps.waynegov.com GOMAPS application now reflects the latest tax revaluation figures.

April 2011
Wayne County has acquired new aerial imagery as part of a statewide aerial imagery mapping grant. The imagery was flown in the Winter, 2010 at 6 inch resolution, 1:200' scale, digital capture, color.

January 2011
Wayne County and the City of Goldsboro integrated their GIS databases for the exchange of data between the two local governments. This integration allows the City and County the ability to have the most current datasets from each agency for its own use.

August 2010
Wayne County has added additional map layers to its Map Nimbus mapping application including public health inspections for food services, tattoo parlors, adult care facilities, child care facilities, lodging, pools, nursing and rest home facilities. Access the website.

June 2010
Wayne County and the City of Goldsboro link their respective GIS databases for the purposes of data sharing between the two local governments. This ensures uninterrupted access and database maintenance by both parties.

May 2010
Wayne County launches a new public map viewer, GOMAPS. The County is pleased to deliver a new locally hosted internet mapping solution based on FLEX development and delivered via ArcGIS Server. The application replaced a locally hosted ArcIMS website.

March 2010
Wayne County launches a new Crime Mapping application called MAPNIMBUS. The application is a ArcGIS Server Google Maps mashup displaying crime and sex offender data for all of incorporated and unincorporated Wayne County. Crimes data may be queried back to 1996.

November 2009
  • Wayne County provides the Tax Department with a ArcGIS Server based mapping solution GEOBLADE. The application is a ArcGIS Server "thin client" application available to employees. The application provides access to GIS and TAX databases and incorporates aerial and oblique imagery. The application replaced an existing ArcIMS web application.
  • Wayne County makes updates to the software applications running its enterprise GIS solutions.
  • Wayne County virtualizes its GIS Servers as part of an overall server upgrade project.