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Historic Sites - Sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including historic districts and buildings. See pictures and additional information by clicking a feature on the map.
Infill Scoring - This map details the infill score around the city, which can be used to analyze development potential. This score is determined by factors such as proximity to amenities, fire department response times, and availability of utilities.
Land Records - Contours, city's monuments, easements, rights-of-way, city-owned property, plat pages, U.S. Geological Survey 7.5-minute quadrangles and Public Land Survey System (township - range - section).
Master Street Plan - Master Street Plan based on the 2030 Master Plan and the Downtown Master Street Plan documents
Natural Features - Contains features of ecological interest, such as hydric soils
Parking - Contains public and private parking lots, parking spaces, and other parking infrastructure
Parks and Trails - City's parks, trail system, on-street bike facilities, and sidewalks
Utilities - Water, sanitary sewer, and stormwater features.
Wards and Neighborhoods - Ward boundaries, also known as aldermanic districts. Additionally, this map includes active neighborhood associations.
Zoning - Official zoning map, including Hillside / Hilltop Overlay District, as well as links to Master Plan areas.
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