Monroe County, Indiana

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County buildings will be open to the public by appointment only beginning on Monday June 15, 2020.

GIS DISCLAIMER: Monroe County does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of the information contained herein and disclaims any and all liability resulting from any error or omission in this map.

The lines and corners represented by GIS do not represent legal boundaries. Users should not rely on them for any purpose other than a low-accuracy approximation of the location of lines or corners. They are of limited precision and are simply graphic representations developed for the county’s limited purposes. By law, the legal boundaries of a parcel are a function of (1) the law, (2) evidence on the ground, and (3) the written deed description or subdivision plat. Only a registered land surveyor is trained and licensed to locate boundary lines. 

This website contains land records that date back to the 19th century. Some records may, therefore, contain language that is insensitive and unacceptable by today’s standards. Restrictions on the conveyance of property based on race, color, religion, sex, familial status or national origin are in violation of federal and state law and are legally unenforceable.

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Monroe County Government is pleased to provide this GIS website as a free value-added service for the citizenry of the County. If you experience any difficulties using this site please call Monroe County Technical Support at (812) 349-2522 or the GIS Coordinator at (812) 349-2048 for assistance. User comments are greatly appreciated and needed in order to maintain a user-friendly site. Please send all comments via e-mail to

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The Monroe County Government and 39 DEGREES NORTH formed a partnership in January 2005 to create an online, computer-based mapping application for Monroe County. Known as a Geographic Information System (GIS), the application presents information on a variety of themes such as parcel boundaries, road infrastructure, emergency management, and health data. The different themes may be used in conjunction with one another to create a custom map to suit a specific need.

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