Geographic Information System (GIS)
Web-Based GIS Application
Access to the Town’s GIS Application can be found through the following link
In 2006, The Town of Smithfield hired Applied Geographics to conduct a GIS Needs Assessment and develop a multi-year GIS implementation plan for the Town. Out of this assessment, the highest priorities in Smithfield were determined to be the updating of our current format to a Geodatabase format and developing a web-based GIS application to meet the needs of the Town.
The database has been updated, and now the Town of Smithfield is pleased to launch its new web-based application hosted by Applied Geographics. This application will allow a broad audience access to view data, maps, and tools. It is a user friendly site and our hope is that it will be widely used and eventually fully integrated with daily functions in all Town Departments.
Abutters lists can now be produced online. Applicants should consult with the appropriate department regarding notice area requirements prior to compiling a list. Zoning applications require 3 sets of labels which can be produced online for your convenience at no charge. Abutters lists are for reference only. Official abutters lists must be certified by the Tax Assessor.
Plat Maps are available to view or download in .pdf format and can be printed on standard 8½x11″ paper. (Choose the “shrink to printable area” option or similar feature on your .pdf viewer) Maps updated online 12-12-2012.
Plat maps updated online on 2-14-2011
If you do not know your plat number, you can locate it using the following steps:
Use the web-based application to locate your property. Link
Use the “Search Properties” box to find your property
On the resulting screen, locate the address you are looking for
The plat number will look something like this: 67C – 26
In this case, 67C is the plat number (the first characters before the dash)
Use the drop-down list above to locate your plat.