District of Columbia GIS Portal

Search for District of Columbia DC GIS maps. A GIS map search can provide information like county maps, town maps, city maps, local maps, property maps, parcel maps, plat maps, public property, property tax assessments, flood zones, zoning boundaries, geographic information, historical maps, and property tax information.


District of Columbia Assessor Offices are charged with determining the value of taxable property in their county or local area in order to calculate District of Columbia property taxes. In addition to property values, Assessors maintain detailed county and local maps, including Geographic Information Science (GIS) maps. These District of Columbia GIS maps can show public property, parks, property divisions, and roads, as well as property assessments and property taxes in District of Columbia District of Columbia. These maps can also include place names, bodies of water, flood zones, property zones, and other geographic information. Some Assessors may keep historic GIS maps that include historic property tax assessments. These maps may be available on the District of Columbia Assessor Office website.

District Of Columbia Assessor's Office Washington DC PO Box 71440 20024


District of Columbia Clerk Offices maintain public records for a county or local government, which includes GIS maps. These maps provide detailed information on the area, including District of Columbia property maps that show boundaries, public property, property divisions, and in some cases, population information in District of Columbia District of Columbia. They may also include property value assessments and property tax rates. District of Columbia GIS maps can show place names, bodies of water, zoning information, flood zones, and other geographic information. Clerks may also have historic GIS maps from the USGS or other organizations, and these maps are often available online through the Clerk Office website.

District Of Columbia Clerk Washington DC 430 E Street Northwest 20001 360-577-3016


District of Columbia Recorders of Deeds keep real estate records to ensure the accuracy of property and land records. In addition to deeds, Recorders of Deeds also have detailed county and local maps, including District of Columbia GIS maps that show property lines, building information, public property, unclaimed parcels, as well as property value assessments and property tax information. These GIS maps may also include place names, zoning boundaries, bodies of water, flood zones, and other geographic information in District of Columbia District of Columbia. The Recorder of Deeds may also have historic GIS maps. These maps are often available on the District of Columbia Recorder of Deeds website.

District of Columbia Recorder of Deeds Washington DC 1101 4th Street Southwest 20024 202-727-5374


District of Columbia Town and City Halls provide municipal services for their town or city, including preserving vital records and maintaining records on their jurisdiction such as District of Columbia GIS maps. The GIS maps at a District of Columbia Town or City Hall can include property boundaries, public property, unclaimed parcels, and roads, as well as appraisal values for properties and property tax assessments in District of Columbia District of Columbia. These GIS maps may also show population information, place names, zoning boundaries, bodies of water, flood zones, and other geographic information. Some Town and City Halls also have historical maps of their area. These maps are often available to the public on the District of Columbia Town and City Hall website.

Washington City Hall Washington DC 950 24th Street Northwest 20052