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Printable City Maps

City of Albany

MapPublisherYearCoveragePrint Size
Aerial Photo (2015) City of Albany 2015 City limits 8"x10.5"
Aerial Photo (2010) City of Albany 2010 City limits 8"x11"
Aerial Photo (2006) City of Albany 2006 City limits 8"x10.5"
Aerial Photo (2002) City of Albany 2002 City limits 8"x10.5"
Albany's Goal 5 Districts City of Albany 2011 City limits 11"x17"
Albany Bicycle Map City of Albany 2008 City limits 28"x18"
City Facilities City of Albany 2016 City limits 8"x10.5"
Comprehensive Plan City of Albany 2013 City limits 8"x10.5"
City Council Wards City of Albany 2016 City limits 8"x10.5"
Hillsides Steep Slopes City of Albany 2013 City limits 8"x10.5"
Historic Districts City of Albany 2013 City limits 8"x10.5"
Floodplain City of Albany 2016 City limits 8"x10.5"
Major Streets City of Albany 2016 City limits 8"x10.5"
Neighborhoods City of Albany 2001 City limits 8"x10.5"
Public Parks City of Albany 2016 City limits 8"x10.5"
Street Map City of Albany 2017 City limits 34"x38.4"
Voting Precincts City of Albany 2016 City limits 8"x10.5"
Zoning Map City of Albany 2016 City limits 8"x10.5"

Greater Albany School District Boundary Maps

MapPublisherYearCoveragePrint Size
Elementary School Boundary Map  Greater Albany Public Schools 2012 City limits 16"x20"
Middle School Boundary Map  Greater Albany Public Schools 2012 City limits 16"x20"
High School Boundary Map  Greater Albany Public Schools 2012 City limits 16"x20"
Rural School Boundaries  Greater Albany Public Schools 2012 GAPS area 11"x8.7"
GAPS School Board Zones Greater Albany Public Schools 2017 GAPS area 11"x8.5"

1996 Flood Maps

MapPublisherYearCoveragePrint Size
1996 Flood Image Map A  City of Albany 1996 North Albany / Springhill Rd. 8"x10.5"
1996 Flood Image Map B  City of Albany 1996 North Albany / Millersburg 8"x10.5"
1996 Flood Image Map D  City of Albany 1996 Central Albany 8"x10.5"
1996 Flood Image Map E  City of Albany 1996 South Albany 8"x10.5"
1996 Flood Image Map H  City of Albany 1996 Willamette / Calapooia Rivers 8"x10.5"

Other Maps

MapPublisherYearCoveragePrint Size
Millersburg City Map  City of Albany 2001 Millersburg city limits 21"x33"
Willamette Bicycle Map  Linn County 2008 Central Willamette Valley 18"x28"

 Additional Map Information

We have many different standard map products available for your use. These are the same high quality maps that we use at City Hall. The maps are available free for your use. Albany GIS provides digital mapping data including:

  • Property Boundaries
  • Sanitary Sewer System
  • Water System
  • Aerial Mapping
  • Digital Aerial Photography
  • Zoning

Map data is available in ArcView, Arc/Info, and AutoCAD formats, or as hard copy maps of specific information (prices vary). For more information on maps available for purchase, please contact City of Albany GIS staff at 541-917-7676.

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Other places to find City GIS Data

GIS information can also be obtained by visiting the Main Library, or the Public Works or Community Development counters at City Hall. At the library, a public access terminal is located at the reference desk. At City Hall, staff can assist the public with accessing GIS at front counter terminals. All locations provide the ability to review property specific information.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

We've been developing our geographic information system (GIS) since 1995. We bring together a wide range of geographic data including utilities, properties, natural features, political boundaries, aerial photography, and much more. Whether you're a citizen, a visitor, or planning to relocate, we hope you find this information helpful in discovering more about our community.

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Popular Printable Maps

MapYear
Aerial Photo (2015) (1.5M pdf) 2016
Comprehensive Plan (542K pdf) 2016
Floodplain (902K pdf) 2016
Street Map (14M pdf) 2017
Zoning Map (1M pdf) 2016

See all available printable maps

Download Map Data

If you'd rather make your own maps or do your own analysis, start with ArcExplorer from Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI). Visit ESRI's site and download and install ArcExplorer. Check out ArcGIS Online for other data and applications.

Once you've done that, go to this page for Albany data.

What is GIS?

Think of a geographic information system (GIS) as lots of layers that all fit together. Each layer has a particular theme, and each feature on the layer is connected to a database that stores information about it. So, for example, the streets theme might be a bunch of lines representing the center line of every street in town, and each line has information attached to it which tells it what the name of the street is, what kind of street it is, what the surface of the street is made of, and so on.....get the picture? And because this all fits together, you can find out things like which properties are next to this street and who owns them.

That's the beauty of GIS, bringing a whole bunch of different information together in one place. We used to have to dig through mountains of paper drawings to get the information we get now with the click of the mouse.

Albany's GIS is composed of many layers, ranging from utility systems (sewer, water, storm drainage) to property information, and from aerial photography to environmental information. We've mapped just about everything that has to do with operating a municipal government. We use GIS in every department in the city. It helps in making decisions that make Albany such a great place to live. If you want more detailed information on GIS, try www.gis.com.

City of Albany GIS Disclaimer

The City of Albany's Infrastructure records, drawings, and other documents have been gathered over many decades, using differing standards for quality control, documentation, and verification. All of the data provided represents current information in a readily available format. While the data provided is generally believed to be accurate, occasionally it proves to be incorrect; thus its accuracy is not warranted. Prior to making any property purchases or other investments based in full or in part upon the material provided, it is specifically advised that you independently field verify the information contained within our records.