Technology Services

About the Department

The Technology Services Department (TSD) serves as the County's primary resource for technology guidance and is responsible for the planning, development, coordination, and support of the county's use of information technologies and enterprise data systems. The primary function is to provide internal technical support to County departments, elected officials, and partnering entities. TSD staff consults with personnel to ensure County technology needs are effectively identified, clearly understood, properly prioritized, and efficiently implemented and maintained.

The Technology Services Department has created a vision for its next five years of service to Douglas County. The Department's Strategic Plan, 2017 document is a clear road map toward the future and serves as a guide for improvement to services and new projects.

Vision: The Technology Services Department is a trusted partner for Douglas County enabling the efficient use of resources and information which ultimately supports quality-of-life for the community.

Mission: We provide technology solutions to ensure effective implementation and management of county services. We collaborate with departments to ensure ongoing improvement of services for employees and the citizens of Douglas County.

The services provided by the Technology Services Department are mostly provided to Douglas County government entities. A complete list of services exists in our Service Catalog. This document offers a comprehensive look at what we do and who we serve every day.

The Technology Service Department is comprised of two divisions;

Operations and Infrastructure - Maintains and provides County voice and data network infrastructure, data center operations and storage, public safety telecommunications backbone, application services that support internal county departments and partnering entities, and provides internal services to support the use of desktop computers and peripherals.

GIS and Data Services - Operates the County's enterprise geographic information systems (GIS); creates, maintains, and leverages a large library of geo-spatial data-sets for the purposes of analysis, regulatory compliance, and operational reference; develops customized GIS/Web applications; and, supports and maintains County databases and datasets.

For further information, Visit the GIS Portal.

Below are blank submission forms for GIS serviced orders.  
Noticing Services Order Form

Subject APN

Type of Project

Type of Noticing

Number of New Lots Created by Parcel

Number of Sets Needed

Map Selection(s) and Quantity

 - 8.5” x 11” - Vicinity Map - $30.00   Quantity :
 - 8.5” x 11” - Noticing Map - $45.00   Quantity :
 - 8.5” x 11” - Nevada Division of Environmental Protection Septic Radius Map - $60.00   Quantity :
 - List & Labels (Additional $0.08 per listing/label over 325) - $30.00   Quantity :

NOTE: Expediting Fee for services requested within 24 hrs - 50% of Product Cost

Contact Information

Company   

First Name   

Last Name   

Address1   

City   

State   

Zip   

Preferred Phone 

Email   

Date Requested    

Date Map or Data is Needed  

Preferred Contact Method

Phone

Email

All of the County’s data has been mapped in a State Plane, NAD 83 projection. The data has a horizontal accuracy of 2-5 meters and is suitable for planning purposes but not design applications. The data does not represent survey delineation and should not be used as a replacement for the authoritative source i.e., plat maps, deeds, resurveys. No liability is assumed by Douglas County as to the sufficiency or accuracy of the data.

Other themes of information are available upon request. Contact the GIS Department at 775-782-9894.

Additional Ordering Instructions



Security Measure
GIS Data Order Form
Data Format
 
Extent of Coverage
If Other, Please Explain the Extent of Coverage Requested
 
 Parcels - $1500.00/each - Quantity:  
 Parcel Updates - $300.00 - Quantity: 
 Customer Defined Area ($0.15 per Parcel) - $30.00/minimum - Quantity: 
 Associated Assessor’s Data - $0.03/record - Quantity: 
 
 Street Names - Entire County - $50.00 - Quantity: 
 Street Centerlines - Entire County - $300.00 / annual updates $100.00 - Quantity: 
 Street Centerlines - Customer Defined Area ($0.50 per mile) - $30.00 - Quantity: 
 
 Township/Range/Section - Entire County - $100.00 - Quantity: 
 
 Zoning - Excluding Tahoe Basin - $100.00 - Quantity: 
 Land Use - Excluding Tahoe Basin - $100.00 - Quantity: 
 Lake Tahoe Plan Area - $50.00 - Quantity: 
 
 FEMA Flood Zones - Entire County - $200.00 - Quantity: 
 
 LIDAR 1’ Contours - Flown 06/2004 - $50.00 per section - Quantity: 
 
Aerial Photography Orthorectified, 1' Pixel Resolution, Color - Quantity: 
 
 GID (General Improvement District) - $30.00 - Quantity: 
 Town Boundaries - $30.00 - Quantity: 
 Tax Districts - $30.00 - Quantity: 
 
 Digital File of Any Map - $30.00/each - Quantity: 
 
NOTE: Expediting Fee for services requested within 24 hrs - Add 50% of Product Cost
 
Contact Information
 
Company:  
First Name: 
Last Name: 
Address1:  
City:       
State:      
Zip:       
Phone: 
Email: 
Date Requested: 
Date Data is Needed: 
 
Preferred Contact Method
 Phone
 Email
 
 
All of the County’s data has been mapped in a State Plane, NAD 83 projection. The data has a horizontal accuracy of 2-5 meters and is suitable for planning purposes but not design applications. The data does not represent survey delineation and should not be used as a replacement for the authoritative source i.e., plat maps, deeds, resurveys. No liability is assumed by Douglas County as to the sufficiency or accuracy of the data.
 
Other themes of information are available upon request. Contact the GIS Department at 775-782-9894.
 
Additional Ordering Instructions


Security Measure

Contact

Tammy James

Tammy James

Chief Technology Officer

Address:

1616 8th St

Minden, Nevada 89423

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Posted: May 20, 2019

Water Consolidation 2019

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Posted: May 16, 2019

Board of County Commissioners Incident

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Posted: May 14, 2019

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) and East Fork Fire District Respond to Signs and Symptoms of a Possible Opioid/heroin Overdose.

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Posted: May 09, 2019

Special Olympics Torch Run

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Posted: May 03, 2019

Regional Collaboration Leads to Heart Safe Communities

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Posted: Apr 29, 2019

Douglas County Conducts Community Assessment Survey for Emergency Response

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Posted: Apr 24, 2019

Douglas County Vacation Home Rental Task Force Holds First Meeting

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Posted: Apr 22, 2019

Warmer Temperatures Could Bring Spring Flooding

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Posted: Apr 15, 2019

China Spring Plant Sale

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Posted: Apr 12, 2019

Tahoe Douglas Elks Lodge #2670 Donates to Douglas County Recreation Youth Sports

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Posted: Apr 04, 2019

Livestreaming of Board Meetings Down Due to Technical Difficulties

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Posted: Apr 03, 2019

Change in Community Development Public Counter Hours

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Posted: Mar 26, 2019

Letter From County Manager

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Posted: Mar 25, 2019

Douglas County Announces Schedule for Budget Presentations

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Posted: Mar 20, 2019

Douglas County Celebrates Social Services Month

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Posted: Mar 14, 2019

Board of County Commissioners Sign Resolution Opposing SB143

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Posted: Mar 08, 2019

Douglas County Reschedules Public Workshop on Water Utility Rate Analysis

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Posted: Feb 21, 2019

February 21, 2019 Board Meeting Cancelled

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Posted: Feb 08, 2019

Douglas County Hosts Public Workshop on Water Utility Rate Analysis

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Posted: Feb 05, 2019

Douglas County Hires New Director of Community Development

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Posted: Feb 01, 2019

Douglas County Receives Nevada Department of Investigation Report and AG Declination Letter

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Posted: Jab 28, 2019

Recruitment of Representatives for VHR Task Force

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Posted: Jab 25, 2019

Press Conference on Monday, January 28, 2019

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Posted: Jab 18, 2019

Douglas County Wins Budgeting Award

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Posted: Jab 16, 2019

Douglas County Encourages the Community to Reach Out

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Posted: Jab 16, 2019

County Manager, Tom Stone, Resigns

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Posted: Jab 15, 2019

Douglas County Working Homicide Investigation

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Posted: Jab 12, 2019

Douglas County Selects Tom Stone as County Manager

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Posted: Jab 12, 2019

Topaz Lake Campground Closed Due to Boating Accident

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Posted: Dec 17, 2018

Swearing-in Ceremony 2019

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Posted: Dec 17, 2018

Lindsay Chichester

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Posted: Nov 30, 2018

Douglas County Seeks Representatives for Advisory Boards

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Posted: Nov 29, 2018

Douglas County Seeks Representatives for VHR Task Force

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Posted: Nov 26, 2018

Douglas County Looking to fill County Manager Position

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Posted: Nov 09, 2018

Douglas County Hosts NACO Conference

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Posted: Nov 09, 2018

Road Closure

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Posted: Nov 07, 2018

Results of Vacation Home Rental Survey Publicly Available

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Posted: Nov 07, 2018

Items from November 1, 2018 have been rescheduled.

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Posted: Nov 05, 2018

Report Vacation Home Rentals In Douglas County

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Posted: Nov 01, 2018

Meeting Cancelled 11/1/2018

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Posted: Oct 30, 2018

Flood Awareness Event 2018

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Posted: Oct 02, 2018

Lindsay Chichester Hired as Extension Educator

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Posted: Sep 27, 2018

Douglas County Businesses Receive Spotlight Awards

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Posted: Sep 20, 2018

Vacation Home Rental

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Posted: Sep 10, 2018

Citizen Brown Bag Lunch on the Strategic Plan

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Posted: Sep 03, 2018

Douglas County Hires New CFO and Comptroller

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Posted: Aug 30, 2018

Philip Ritger Hired as Public Works Director

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Douglas County Prepares for Potential Flooding and High Winds

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