The District of Columbia offers several online mapping applications highlighting data and information from various fields of interest such as crime statistics, public school profiles, detailed property information and more. The online mapping sites below, listed in alphabetic order, present data coming from agencies across the District government. Select each online map to read a brief introduction and to access the site.
Learn and view more online maps in our DC GIS Online organization by visiting the ArcGIS.com map gallery.
DC Atlas Plus allows users to search and identify over 600 different types of data - making it an all-inclusive point of reference for DC geographic information.
Use this interactive map to view economic incentives available to prospective businesses and entrepreneurs in the District of Columbia.
View campaign contributions for candidates running for public office in District of Columbia elections. Search by office, party, committee or by zip code boundary.
The District's dynamic Circulator transit system promotes ease of movement in our world-class capital city and complements Metro's transit services throughout the region. Use this tool to interactively browse Circulator Routes.
Use this Tech Locator to find public computer access and tech training in DC.
View and download crime statistics with this interactive map of crimes.
The District of Columbia’s 311 Map allows you to see 311 service requests by location, date (2 days, 7 days and 30 days) and status.
Search for organizations designated as Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) and service providers. These organizations deliver direct services to the District's elderly residents, persons 18 and older with a disability, and their caregivers.
EBIS finds the schools assigned to a particular address based on the approved DCPS attendance boundaries.
DC Health Search helps residents and visitors find primary care facilities in the District of Columbia. Users can enter a address to search for nearby primary care centers within a mile or up to 2 miles. Also, use this web map to search by Ward or Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANC).
Find comprehensive information about DCPS schools and programs.
Do you know where the nearest fire station is? Locate Fire and EMS stations by entering your home or business address.
This application provides a tool and resource for District residents and businesses to identify potential flood risk zones their property may or may not be in.
Residents and visitors can enter a location and destination to view the many transportation options in the District.
Find and map property owned or under the jurisdiction the District government.
Locations and information about a variety of safety enforcement camera locations. This web mapping application was built to support the Automated Traffic Enforcement Campaign.
Allows users to view the availability of broadband throughout in the United States, neighborhood by neighborhood, including the District of Columbia
Use this web map to find District licensed notary publics from the Office of Notary Commissions and Authentications.
Displays multiple 45 degree angled views for any location.
This web site provides an overview of police service geographies for given locations in the District of Columbia.
Find holds and reviews for properties.
View a wide range of site-related information, especially information on historic resources.
The GIS (geographic information system) enabled Public Space Permit Lookup Tool gives the public the ability to see permits on an interactive map.
Find information about more than 170,000 properties in DC by typing in a property address or a square, suffix and lot number.
Allows retailers to query more than 280 retail opportunities by size, neighborhood, timeframe and location.
Enter an address and view the leaf collection progress.
Search by address, police district, offender name or another geographic area for sex offenders registered in the District.
During wintery weather in the District, use this application to view live traffic cameras and review road treatments around the city.
Enter part or all of any address in the District to find out the trash and recycling pickup day(s) for that location.
View this map to learn trucks and buses routes and restrictions in order to mitigate community impacts and preserve transportation infrastructure.
Find and map the watershed and sewer system area for a given address.
Use this map to find information for DC.Gov Wi-Fi Hot Spots.
An interactive zoning map allowing users to determine the zoning classification for any property in the District.