Geographic Information System
Welcome to your hub for links to the City of Huntsville’s requested interactive and static maps for residents and planners alike.
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is essentially a combination of maps and databases that analyzes and displays geographically referenced information. This powerful computer-based tool can be used to capture, create, store, interpret, analyze, and visualize spatial data, attached to a unique location. Uses range from simple (viewing parcel data) to complex (criteria-based site selection for a proposed development). GIS is widely used and relies on data and information from many sources.
Designed for the general public, these user-friendly custom maps and apps provide residents with a wide variety of information about public parks, property details, aerial imagery, historic markers, greenways, native species, restaurants, public parking and more
Download data on city limits, floodplain, zoning, aerial imagery, base maps, DEM, TIN, and metadata
Search and download open data for city boundaries, school zones, census figures, floodplain, hydrography, public safety, transportation, open space, parks, points of interest
Base maps, zoning, aerial imagery, city boundaries, topography, hydrography
City services information for a specific address
For property owners within 500 ft. of the address