Local Government Basemaps

Publish a collection of essential local government basemaps that serve as a foundation for desktop, mobile and web mapping applications.


General Purpose

The General Purpose basemap provides context for a wide range of people and supports a variety of application needs within a local government.

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Imagery Hybrid

The Imagery Hybrid basemap provides high-resolution imagery as an alternative to much of the content contained in other basemaps.

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Public Safety

The Public Safety basemap provides context for public safety data (incidents, events, resources, and so on).

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Campus

The Campus basemap is used to create a high-resolution, multiscale basemap for a university, business campus, downtown, government complex, or military base.

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Mobile Day

The Mobile Day basemap provides context for field workflows on a mobile device and has been simplified so features are visible in outdoor conditions during daytime hours.

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Mobile Night

The Mobile Night basemap provides context for field workflows on a mobile device and has been simplified so features are visible in outdoor conditions at night time.

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Current Land Use

The Current Land Use basemap describes how land is occupied or utilized.

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Future Land Use

The Future Land Use basemap describes the future land-use plan.

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Zoning

The Zoning basemap is part of the zoning ordinance and describe the boundaries of zone districts.

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