GIS & Image Maps

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Geographic Information System

The city Community Development Department has a GIS (Geographic Information System) Division that develops street, property, aerial, zoning, and other types of city maps that are available to the public.

What is GIS?

Local governments use GIS to identify and analyze data graphically. GIS displays information about parcels and property lines, building structures, neighborhoods, roads, addresses, zoning, resource protection areas, trails, and parks, just to name a few. This mapping information can be queried, displayed, spatially analyzed, edited/overlaid, and linked to other databases for the purposes of citizen response, planning, preservation, and public safety initiatives. GIS is an essential tool used daily by many City departments.

While the GIS Team strives to provide accurate and current mapping data, the information contained in the GIS is not to be construed or used as a "legal description." It is not a survey product. It is not a replacement for appropriate deed research. Any determination of topography or contours, or any depiction of physical improvements, property lines, or boundaries is for general information only and shall not be used for the design, modification, or construction of improvements to real property or for flood plain information.

PDF Sample Maps (Click the photo to open)

Many maps and items are available for a cost of reproduction fee. If you would like to order any, or don't see what you're looking for, please contact the GIS department and we will be happy to assist you.

Street Map
Ward Map
Zoning map