(803) 484-5341 Ext. 3189
Lee County GIS/Mapping and E911 Addressing
Welcome to the Lee County GIS Office Information Web Site. GIS Office is a part of the County Assessor’s Office. This site is intended for your convenience and we hope that the information provided will be helpful and of benefit to you. This site may not meet all of your needs; however, for further assistance our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. We can also be reached by phone at 803-484-5341 ext. 3189. Our office is located in the Lee County Courthouse. The address is Room 301, 123 N. Main St, Bishopville, South Carolina 29010. We look forward to providing you the best public service possible.
Lee County GIS Coordinator
Clarence M. Caudill III
Lee County Assessor
What is the Lee County GIS/Mapping Office?
Lee County GIS/Mapping’s primary function is to provide geographical data for the entire county. One of its major uses is to establish and maintain a base map system which is used by county appraisers for assessment of property. GIS/Mapping’s data is also used by many other county departments and state agencies. Some of the county departments that most frequently use its data are: Administration, Planning and Zoning, and Economic Development.
Lee County GIS/Mapping Office Directory:
GIS & E911 Addressing 803-484-5341 ext. 3189
Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org
Mapping/Property Record Website:
Mapping Product Disclaimer
All GIS/Mapping data was created for the use of Lee County for county government purposes. The suitability of mapping data for any other use is not guaranteed and the user assumes all risk for such uses. Lee County, SC assumes no legal responsibility for the information on any GIS/Mapping Products. Maps are not to be used as a plat. Users noting errors or omissions are encouraged to contact the Lee County Mapping Office.
What GIS/Mapping Products/Data are available?
We have multiple layers of digital data. The main focus is our parcel layer. We have other layers available such as: Flood Zone, Zoning, Land use, Centerline, Topo, Subdivision, Arial Photography, and Soils.
Listed below is a link to available Products Pricings List.
Letter 8½ x 11
Ledger 11 x 17
Arch C 18 x 24
Arch D 24 x 36
Arch E 36 x 48
How can you get GIS/Mapping Office Products/Data?
Parcel Data is available to the public within the Mapping Office in room 301 of the Lee County Courthouse. County map data can be purchased within this office.
How to Split Property?
Property is normally split when a deed is recorded and an approved plat is recorded. The reason we do not subdivide every time a plat is recorded is because it could be for mortgage purposes or preparing for disbursement of property when someone dies.
How to Combine Property?
If you own multiple tracts of land, and would like to combine them into one parcel to receive one bill, we will combine them if the following requirements are met.
- Submit a completed combination form.
- The name has to be identical on all tracts.
- The property has to be contiguous.
- No mortgage or leans on any of the tracts.
(Link to Property Combination Form)
Welcome to E911 Addressing Information Web Site. E911 Addressing is a part of the GIS and E911 addressing Office. This site is intended for your convenience and we hope that the information provided will be helpful and of benefit to you. For further assistance, our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. We can also be reached by phone at 803-484-5341 ext. 3189. Our office is located in Room 301 in the Lee County Courthouse. The address is 123 N. Main St., Bishopville, South Carolina 29010. We look forward to providing you the best public service possible.
Lee County Addressing
Clarence M. Caudill III
Lee County Assessor
What is the Lee County E911 Addressing Office?
E911 Addressing is responsible for the assigning of addresses for the entire county. The addresses assigned are very important in that they are the addresses that are used in the event of an emergency and to avoid confusion.
Lee County E911 Addressing Office Directory:
E911 Addressing 803-484-5341 ext. 3189
How are addresses assigned by Lee County Addressing Center?
Lee County 911 Addressing Division uses the Uniform Scaled Numbering System based on the driveway location per-foot scale, to provide a means of determining the actual distance for each structure on a road. Numbering begins at the baseline or street entrance.
How can I get a new address?
After you apply within Planning & Zoning for a residential permit or within the Assessor’s Office for a mobile homes permit, you will be able to have an E911 address issued. Lee County does not address vacant property. If you have any questions, feel free to call or email this office.
Lee County Assessor’s Office/GIS/Addressing Does Not:
Maintain property records or maps for any other purpose than County usage
Give legal advice
Research real property for legal claim
Address vacant property
Have tax or other information on VEHICLES, BOATS MOTORS, OR OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY (SEE LEE COUNTY AUDITOR)
Grant Homestead Exemptions for real property (SEE LEE COUNTY AUDITOR)
Accept payments for County property taxes (SEE LEE COUNTY TREASURER)
Give information on delinquent taxes (SEE LEE COUNTY TREASURER)
Grant Veterans Exemptions for real property (SEE SC DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE)
Assess manufacturing or utility properties (SEE SC DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE)
Inspect Manufacture Homes for set up (SEE LEE COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING)
Record deeds or plats (SEE LEE COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS)