Chester County’s Department of Computing and Information Services (DCIS) has been recognized by the National Association of Counties (NACo) with two 2023 Achievement Awards for ChescoViews and the Chester County Recycling Dashboard. Both are GIS applications that DCIS developed for public use, searching for Chester County property and learning where to recycle.
In a joint statement, Chester County Commissioners Marian Moskowitz, Josh Maxwell, and Michelle Kichline said, “The GIS team within DCIS worked incredibly hard to create two programs used by the public to research property in the county and learn where to recycle various types of items. The team pushed the envelope to innovate and deliver useful and necessary services in our community, and the NACo recognition is well deserved.”
ChescoViews is a free interactive application that allows users to search Chester County property or parcel information by address, owner’s name, UPI, or Parcel Identification Number (PIN) and print.
The Chester County Recycling Dashboard is a free interactive application that allows users to select an item type – art supplies, bikes, clothing and shoes, food, furniture, and household goods – to find recycling options in the county.