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Map Milwaukee Applications

Map Milwaukee is no longer a single application, but is a suite of applications with targeted data and functionality.  Users still have the ability to add any available map layer to any of the map applications using the Add Map Layer tool*.  Users also have access to advanced tools including querying data, drawing, measuring distance and areas, and exporting data to a spreadsheet*.  Our goal is to provide map applications that provide useful data and are easy to use, while also providing advanced functionality for experienced or curious users.

* Link to PDF tip sheets with instructions.

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Property Information

Reference maps with property boundaries and detailed property attribute data from MPROP.  Use this application as your starting point for learning the new Map Milwaukee applications, or as a foundation to add map services as layers.




Census 2010

Thematic census tract maps representing Census 2010 data.  Additional statistics available in the attribute data (just click on a tract).



Green Infrastructure Planning

Maps to support the City of Milwaukee Environmental Collaboration Office (ECO) with planning and compliance with MMSD's Regional Green Infrastructure Plan

April, 2015 - New layers: MCAMLIS planimetric features.



Strong Neighborhoods Plan

Maps and data from numerous City of Milwaukee departments to support the work of Mayor Barrett's Strong Neighborhoods Plan and share this information with community stakeholders and the public.  Maps include information about foreclosures, pending demolitions, city-owned real estate, and more.




City of Milwaukee zoning and zoning overlay maps.  Attribute data includes hyperlinks to legislative documentation, where available.  For more information about the City of Milwaukee's zoning, refer to the Department of City Development's web page on Zoning Applications and Procedures.




Land Management Districts

DNS and DPW management districts to be used by both citizens and internal users, so that they can visualize district boundaries, as well as locate inspection districts based on a particular property.



Looking for more maps?

Need a map layer not automatically available in one of the applications?  You have the option of adding map layers from any Map Milwaukee Services (or the internet, for that matter).  Here are some documents to help you out:

Tips and Tricks

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Tips for Map Applications (PDF)

Data Documentation

PDF documents with detailed data definitions, descriptions, and guidance.