A geographic information system (GIS) combines digital map layers and sophisticated software to allow analysis and mapping of geographic features. These web sites allow you to view maps created with the Council’s GIS tools and data and even let you create maps yourself.
Search, view, analyze, and share publicly-owned parcel data across portions of the Twin Cities seven-county metro area. One can also view publicly-owned parcels in relation to Metro Transit Facilities, and Federal Opportunity Zones.
An interactive series of swipe maps showcasing historic aerials of MCES wastewater treatment plants. Click on a tab at the top of the page to choose a treatment plant. Then, swipe the slide bar to see how the plants have developed over time.
This is an Extreme Heat Map Tool Web Map App for community use (part of the Climate Vulnerability Assessment). Communities may use this tool to determine which areas within their community are most susceptible to extreme heat.
An interactive map tour of the North Area Interceptor Phase 9 lining Project in Fridley, MN. Scroll through the three sections of the tour, complete with photographs and descriptions, to learn about this project's construction practices.
An interactive map tour of the Sewer Rehabilitation Project alongside Phalen Golf Course, complete with construction photos and descriptions. Click through the map tour to learn about this project’s construction practices and restoration efforts.
This is a Localized Flood Map Screening Tool Web Map App for community use (part of the overall Climate Vulnerability Assessment). Communities may use this tool to determine potential surface flooding locations.
An interactive map of transportation projects, in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, awarded Federal funding through the process of regional solicitation.
An interactive map tour of the 2-mile MCES Wayzata Area Sewer Improvements Project, complete with construction photos and descriptions.
View and print a wide variety of PDF maps of the Twin Cities metropolitan region’s communities, land use, natural resources, and much more. Maps are updated regularly with current data.
A link to an interactive map that displays the current status of Twin Cities Metro Transit shelter improvement projects.