Maps & Data

Web-Based Maps

Web-based map are very different from a paper-based map. For one thing, they allow you to move around the map and zoom in and out, but this is just the beginning. Web-based maps contain many different types of information and this information is added layer by layer. This way of building a map, in layers, makes it possible to interact with the map in useful ways, most importantly - to search for, and analyze the information stored on all those layers. This makes web-based maps extremely powerful tools for researching and understanding our community.

Mobile Map Viewer

(desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone) Quickly access mapping information from anywhere.  Slimmed down applications for use on mobile devices. Learn More...

GIS Web Map

(desktop or laptop) Use this full featured mapping environment to explore, analyze, create and share information.  Learn More...

*Please Note: the Google Chrome web browser may not work with the GIS Web Map.  Please use a different web browser (IE, Firefox, Safari) or try the Mobile Map Viewer.

Printed Map Gallery

Find printed maps and plans in PDF format for land use, infrastructure, transportation, environment and recreation. Learn More...

Open data

Find out about our Open Data initiatives and learn how you will be able to use these resources to create your own maps and web applications. Learn More...

Mobile Web Maps

Phone Map Maps for mobile devices. Light weight maps for accessing information from your desktop, tablet or smartphone. (No plugin required)

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Public Silverlight
GIS Map Viewer

Access a variety of data layers and tools through this full featured desktop mapping application. (MS Silverlight plugin required)

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DOS Map3
Printed Maps

Printed PDF maps and plans for download.

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