Treasury, Taxation and Vehicle offers a variety of mapping features for your convenience and customer needs. TTV has integrated the use of the Geographical Information Systems (GIS) into their daily practice, working closely with Automated Information Mapping System (AIMS) Department to provide accurate mapping information.
- Plat Copy (per page) = $5.00
- Certification of Plat Copy = +$13.00
- Parcel Map = $10.00
- Buffer Single (200ft, 500ft, 1000ft) = $20.00
- Buffer Custom (Multiple Parcels) = $50.00
- GIS Section Map = $20.00
- GIS Section Map w/Aerial = $25.00
*Please fill out the Open Records Request Form when requesting maps.*
MAP/DATA DISCLAIMER: While the Department of Treasury, Taxation & Vehicle has no reason to believe there are inaccuracies in the information used in this map, this department makes no representations of any kind, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular use nor are any such warranties to be implied with respect to information, data, or service furnished herein.
Plat Search Utility
AIMS offers users several options when searching recorded plats in Johnson County. Public access is available with limited free downloads, while a subscription-based access is offered to users with a higher volume need. Utilizing the subscription service enables users to access the functionality of the Map Search where they can interact with the map to find the desired plat image.
Johnson County Online Mapping
AIMS offers a variety of online mapping services. You can create your own plot plan, view an aerial photo of a property, research the traffic flow at a particular intersection, or download a plat among many other things. We provide the Johnson County Online Mapping application as a service to the community of Johnson County to help promote e-government. Internet Explorer 11 is recommended for online mapping applications.
Searching for a Location? Click here and enter your Address, Parcel Number, or Kansas Uniform Parcel Number to view information for a specific location. The application will validate your address, parcel number, or Kansas uniform parcel number (KUPN) as you type. Once you have entered at least three valid characters, a dropdown list will populate with possible matches. This process is also helpful in confirming if an address or parcel number is valid.