• GIS/Maps

Gene Olig
GIS Coordinator

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  • Contact Info

    160 South Macy Street
    Fond du Lac, WI 54936   Map It
    Phone: 920.322.3485
    Fax: 920.322.3471
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  • Office Hours

    Monday - Friday: 7:45 am to 4:30 pm
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General Information


The City of Fond du Lac utilizes Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to manage and analyze data sets that have geographic relationships. This allows for the efficient delivery of services to citizens. A GIS is a computer-based system that links locational and database information (i.e. "geospatial" data), enabling users to visualize patterns, relationships, and trends. GIS provides the ability to answer questions that would otherwise be challenging to solve.

The City maintains numerous GIS data sets, and also utilizes data from outside sources, such as Fond du Lac County. Both the City and County work together wherever possible in order to promote efficiency, productivity, and minimize costs. In example, the City and County coordinate in maintaining and sharing land record data, as well as with contracting airborne data collections for imagery and LiDAR.

As we develop online mapping, the Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) maps on this website and their respective categories will be phased out. If you are unable to find a map under a category, please select the link below to access our online mapping page.

Online Mapping - 

Certain .pdf maps will still be maintained under their respective Departments. Please refer to those pages for map downloads.

Data downloads are also available from the above link. Contact us at gis@fdl.wi.gov if you require a dataset that is not listed.

The City of Fond du Lac utilizes Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) products exclusively for our GIS.

Use the ”GIS/Maps Search” or navigation at the left to locate information, calendar events, important documents and resource links.

  • You can now view crime reports for the city of Fond du Lac. Click on the Crime Reports link at the left and you will be able to view reports for your area.
    Click here to learn more.

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