GIS

Edmonds’s Geographic Information System (GIS) Program

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) combine data, software, and hardware into an integrated system designed to analyze information and present it in a geographic display. A GIS system goes beyond a mapping tool to become a platform for analysis and evaluating scenarios. For example, determining the optimum location for a new business, analysis of crime patterns, or environmental planning for watershed impact.

The City of Edmonds has been utilizing GIS to support City departments including Planning, Engineering and Public Works.  The program managed by the city’s Information Technology department includes expert staff, data administration, data collection and updating, and GIS access and support to City staff.  Please contact our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details about the program.


Available GIS Data

The city makes our GIS data available at request
to those in the public domain. To do so, please submit a request or download and email/fax the form in. Parcel and other data is available through Snohomish County here.

Stormwater Network
Private Detentions
Zoning
Rezone and PRD
Annexation
Streets

Historic Sites
Building Footprints
Businesses
Fiber Route
Garbage Pickup Zones

City of Edmonds Mapbook

The City offers our GIS map data in ESRI's free ArcReader format. This map is the same that is used by City Staff and the front counter in Development Services at City Hall. Please download and install ArcReader to view the 30MB GIS map file.

ArcReader is a free, easy-to-use desktop mapping application that allows users to view, explore, and print maps and globes. Anyone with ArcReader can view high-quality interactive maps authored by a high-level ArcGIS for Desktop product and published with the ArcGIS Publisher extension.

gisdata

Online Data Request

mapbook

City of Edmonds Mapbook



View Sample Utility Map

Obtaining Data

If you can't find what you're looking for using the available online menus and links, you may use our online public records request form (COMING SOON!). You may also download our public records request form and send it in.