911 Addressing

The Fayette County Addressing Department is available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday through Friday to address any 911 addressing needs. If you have any questions, please submit our online contact form, and someone from this department will contact you as soon as possible.

GPS Routing and Mapping Issues

Fayette County 911 only maintains mapping databases for emergency response purposes (ie; police, fire, and EMS) for internal use and reference by 911, EMA staff, and dispatchers. We do not and CANNOT control the address and location information used by third-party organizations and companies.

Please visit the GPS corrections page maintained by the US Air Force and NOAA for links to correction forms for many popular third-party mapping applications such as Google Maps, Waze, TomTom, Garmin, Mapquest, Apple Maps, and more.

Verify Your 911 Address

If you do not know your 911 address, please call to verify that you have one.

Get a New 911 Physical Address

If you need to be assigned a new 911 physical address, you will need the following information:

  • Address of nearest neighbor(s)
  • Amount of Acreage
  • Copy of the Latest Subdivision Plans (If Available)
  • If property purchased within the last two years, the name of the previous property owner
  • Name of Street or Roadway Accessing Your Home
  • Name of Street or Roadway Your Home Faces
  • New Constructions need approved Zoning/Building Permits before being addressed. Information is needed from the permit to assign the address.
  • Parcel ID/Tax Map Number for your Parcel
  • Type of construction (Examples: Single family dwelling, multi-family dwelling, commercial building, apartments, garage, etc.)