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GIS Division

(843) 918-2060

JJ Pearsall, GIS Manager

Kelly Maynard, GIS Technician 
Izzy Champ, GIS Technician 


The GIS Division serves within the City of Myrtle Beach's Information Systems (IT) Department.  GIS offices are located in the Public Works Administration Building, 3210 Mr. Joe White Avenue. 

So, what is GIS?  Simply put, a "geographic information system" connects data to a map.  Myrtle Beach's GIS team members specialize in creating, updating, and managing critical layers within Myrtle Beach's geographic information system.  This includes parcels, streets, 9-1-1 data, sewer, water, and drainage utilities.  Zoning maps are within GIS staff's purview, too, and personnel work diligently to maintain accurate maps for public access. 

The GIS Division's mission is to provide innovative and comprehensive solutions to support informed decision-making, public services, and community development for our residents, businesses, and visitors.  To do this, the division harnesses the power of software products provided by the Environmental Science Research Institute (ESRI), data analysis, and collaborative partnerships.  Our maps empower residents, businesses, and local agencies with actionable geographic information to help build a resilient and thriving community for all.  

GIS DAY 2023

The City of Myrtle Beach’s Information Technology Department and GIS Division will host a new event to celebrate GIS Day on Tuesday, September 19!  The event is set for 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Myrtle Beach Train Depot, 851 Broadway Street.  Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to learn more about geographic information system (GIS) technology and meet local GIS professionals.  Participating organizations include the City of Myrtle Beach’s GIS Division, Coastal Carolina University’s Anthropology and Geography Department, Horry-Georgetown Technical College’s Computer Technology Department, Georgetown County Government’s GIS Division, Horry County Historical Society and more.  GIS Day will also include real-world GIS application activities, fun games and prizes for high school geography, social studies and computer students.  Questions?  Contact GIS Technician Izzy Champ at


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