Interactive City Map

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The City of Bend's interactive mapping applications allow you to view and search for a variety of local data. You can also view aerial photos and create your own maps for saving or printing.  They are now mobile device compatible and support geolocation (GPS) as well.  Click on one of the links below to access the interactive map. If you would prefer to view PDF versions of some of the City's standard maps instead, such as the City's zoning map, please visit our Map Library.

General City Map

This viewer provides access to a number of local datasets, and allows you to search for a location by address, road name, taxlot #, business, building permit #, and planning application #. You can also view aerial photos, create your own maps for saving or printing, and export results to Excel.

Hydrant & Storm Drain Locator Map

This viewer will assist in locating hydrants and storm drains covered by snow to aid in snow removal from these areas.  You can find a location by zooming the map, searching for an address, or on mobile devices use the geolocation (GPS) feature.

 

Help & Other Information:

Overview of  Layout & Tools - This document visually describes the layout of the application and where to find tools and perform tasks.

How to Access Water & Sewer Utility Maps- This document shows you how to access our PDF utility maps/

Data updates occur daily and are processed each night beginning at 9:30pm for up to 2 hours.  During this time the application and some of the data may become unresponsive.

For questions regarding the interactive mapping service, to report problems, or to provide suggestions or feedback, please contact the City of Bend's GIS Program at (541) 693-2149 or by email at GIS@bendoregon.gov.

Free viewers are required for some of the attached documents.
They can be downloaded by clicking on the icons below.

Acrobat Reader Flash Player QuickTime Windows Media Player Microsoft Silverlight Word Viewer Excel Viewer PowerPoint Viewer

If you need assistance with any document, form, etc.,
you may request assistance from the Accessibility Program.