Geographic Information Systems (GIS) - A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer-based tool for mapping and analyzing data and events that happen on the earth and, in our case, in the Village of Oak Brook. The Village joined the GIS Consortium to help further these efforts. The GIS Consortium (GISC) is an organization of 31 Chicago-area communities unified by common goals to share resources, information, staffing, and technology so that municipalities can optimize the value of geographic information systems (GIS). GIS will help Oak Brook automate and improve traditional business processes, from mapping incidents to supporting infrastructure systems and projects.
The property search box below will allow users to view property information including PINs (parcel identification numbers), addresses, school districts, zoning and more. The goal of the GIS system is to maintain and make updates to a comprehensive spatial database capable of serving the needs of all village employees, and in turn, helping them to provide improved services to the citizens, businesses, and guests of Oak Brook.