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Maps, Documents and Spatial Data

Maps on-line

The City's Geographic Information System (GIS) does not sell hard copy maps. The program provides a central resource for on-line geographic data, such as zoning maps, subdivision plats, and parcel maps. Here is a list of maps available.


Site Plans on File

Planning stores site plans for reviewed projects, which are filed by geographic area and street address. Site plans are available for viewing during normal business hours.  No appointment is necessary, but calling ahead 734.794.6265 will allow us to have the file ready for you.

Data Sources

The City of Ann Arbor maintains a Data Catalog of commonly requested spatial data sets, accessible in a variety of formats.

Other helpful mapping sources are:

Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG)

U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Geological Survey


 Last Updated: January 22, 2014


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