GIS Data

The GIS Division maintains over 140 map layers of data for use primarily by our internal customers. Some of the common and nonsensitive layers are available free of charge to the public for a variety of uses.

Data Layers

Datasets include our most common data layers and can be downloaded as an ESRI File Geodatabase (.gdb) or as ESRI shapefiles (.shp).  Data is updated every Sunday at 7:00 PM. You will be asked to provide your name and use of the data as well as accept a data release.

Download File Geodatabase (.gdb)               Download Shapefiles (.shp)

  • Addresses
  • Bicycle Infrastructure
  • Bicycle Routes
  • Building Footprints
  • Bus Routes
  • Bus Stops
  • City Council Districts
  • City Limits
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Community and Recreation Centers
  • Edge of Pavement
  • FEMA Flood Zones (effective January 2019)
  • Major Water Bodies
  • Parcels
  • Parking
  • Parks
  • Railroads
  • Rivers and Streams
  • Schools
  • Sidewalks
  • Special Emphasis Neighborhoods
  • Streets
  • Trails
  • Trail Mile Markers
  • Zoning

For full description of data layers and metadata information see GIS Public Data Guide

Aerial Photography

Dataset includes leaf-off ortho imagery of entire city for 2023 available in MrSID format. Due to the size of the files, imagery data is only available by special request. You will be asked to provide your name and use of the data as well accept a data release. Data will be provided to you in 2-3 business days. Begin Imagery Data Request

Restricted Data

Dataset includes Sanitary Sewer Network data and Stormwater data, which is restricted to authorized consultants working on city projects. Please contact the Engineering department to request permission for access to this data. Restricted data will not be released without approval of the Engineering department.

Engineering contact information: