GIS and Maps
Geographic Information Systems
Interactive Web Maps
Identify your City Council district by typing in your address.
Determine a location’s jurisdiction by searching for an address or street name.
Property Profile answers questions about specified properties and development regulations within the City. With Property Profile you can search for information, see aerial images including street views, create custom maps, download data, and run a report detailing information about a specified property.
An interactive map where you can find a park, trail, or the nearest parks and recreation amenity/facility.
Validate the Zoning, Zoning Cases, Zoning Ordinances, Zoning Overlays, Future Land Use & Regulating Plan information that is associated with a property.
Customer Outage Portal. Shows location and severity of power outages across the city.
Find out which watershed you live in.
Flood Mitigation Buyout Map provides the status of flood mitigation buyout activities in the City of Austin.
Contains a variety of useful information about flooding in Austin.
A web mapping application that displays the list feed from APD’s Austin-Travis County Traffic Report Page that refreshes every five minutes.
This web map will help the user get a better idea of the crime activity in areas in Austin, in hopes that the user will be able to make a better informed decision on their desired destination.
This application is a mobile friendly web map for crime incidents. It helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.
The City of Austin Cartographic Style Reference is a comprehensive guide that details the design properties for the majority of layers contained in the city’s GIS. The guide itself is a lightweight html application that reads a configuration file and displays the style properties of any map service listed within
The products above are for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering or surveying purposes.
They do not represent an on-the-ground survey and represent only the approximate relative location of property boundaries.
These products have been produced by the City of Austin for the sole purpose of geographic reference.
No warranty is made by the City of Austin regarding specific accuracy or completeness.
GIS and Maps Geographic Information Systems Interactive Web Maps Identify your City Council district by typing in your address. Determine a location’s jurisdiction by searching for an