The City of Eugene announces new mapping resources for the community.
The Eugene Mapping Hub website provides a one-stop location for people to find maps and data related to City services, such as transportation, parks, and zoning. The site was built with ESRI ArcGIS Hub software that allows staff to share data and maps with the community.
Residents, contractors, researchers, and business owners can now access data directly that will aide decision-making. Businesses can use economic development maps such as Opportunity Zones or the West Eugene Enterprise Zone for site location. Residents can use the Urban Forest web mapping application to view city trees near their property.
The site also provides a how-to guide for use of the Interactive Maps and Data sections.
As part of the Hub Site, the city is also introducing the EugMaps online mapping tool for residents to explore our community. The new EugMaps web-based tool provides community members with online access to a variety of map layers such as land, transportation, and wastewater; view different years or aerial imagery; and create their own maps with different data layers. With this tool, residents can look at sanitary or storm sewer locations near their property or see if their property is a flood zone. Learn more about EugMaps with this tutorial video.
The Eugene Mapping Hub and EugMaps sites are free and are made to work with mobile devices. Email GIS Staff with questions about EugMaps or the Eugene Mapping Hub.
Read more about both new mapping tools