Location Maps & Information

Searching for a Location
Enter your Address, Property ID, or Kansas Uniform Parcel Number in the My Location box at the upper left to view information for a specific location. The "My Location" text box will validate your address, property id, or Kansas uniform parcel number (KUPN) as you type. Once you have entered at least three valid characters, a dropdown list will populate with possible matches. This process is also helpful in confirming if an address or property id is valid. Clicking on the section headings that have up and down icons will expand and collapse the information for those sections. Google Map w/ Property Lines example

Using the Maps
The map presented in the upper right of the information page allows you to see a county base map with property lines drawn over the top. The selected property is outlined in blue. There are options for additional views of zoning, landuse, FEMA Flood Zones, and the most recent AIMS imagery, found at the bottom of the map. Click each link to toggle that data layer on or off. As you zoom in, more information becomes available. See the "FEMA 2009 Panel" link, within the data on the left, for the information on the flood zone descriptions. Information for other parcels can be displayed by clicking on a parcel on the map. Click the parcel on the map to load the information for that parcel. See Google Maps for more information about navigating the map.

A sample image of the plat map is provided for platted properties. This image can provide valuable information regarding easements, setbacks, and other pertinent information about proposed development on the parcel. This image is taken from the recorded plat that was recorded at the county at the time of platting. Plat Map image example Use your mousewheel to zoom in on the image and left-mouseclick and drag the image to pan once zoomed in. Links to download or purchase the full recorded high resolution plat is also provided.

Front Elevation Photos
Front elevation photos are updated by the County Appraiser every several years. These photos were released to the public on September 7, 2010. When viewing pictures of the location, you can click on the thumbnails below the larger image to Front elevation images example toggle those smaller images to the main image view. Mouse over the individual images to see image date

Viewing More Information
You can use your myAIMS account to Login using the link at the upper right of the page. Logging in allows you to see additional owner information that is protected under various statutes and policies. For more information about getting a myAIMS account, visit AIMS.

About the data
The information in this page is made possible by the collaborative efforts of Johnson County departments and other non-county sources. Automated Information Mapping System (AIMS) is responsible for compiling and presenting the data on this page. Data overlaid on the Google and Bing basemaps is intended to be a representation of the data, may contain inaccuracies, and is provided for planning purposes only. Most of the data on this page is available for purchase or download. Please contact AIMS or visit the AIMS website for more information.
Automated Information Mapping Systems (AIMS) provides access to the data used in this page. AIMS offers a variety of ways for users to access this and other county data from free data downloads and digital data requests to online applications and subscriptions services. Visit AIMS’ Products and Services page or contact the AIMS Mapper of the Day (913-715-1600) for more information.

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This website is made possible by the collaborative efforts of the following County departments:

Records & Tax Admin.
Public Works
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Information on this page is provided by AIMS and the various Johnson County departments and cities that provide data to the land records system.
The data in this page can be purchased through the AIMS website.