Maps & GIS
These maps are 8.5 by 11 inches, unless otherwise specified.
- Hubbard Park Map (PDF) - (Updated August 2011)
- Map of all Montpelier Parks (PDF) - (Updated August 2011)
- North Branch Park Map (PDF) - (Updated August 2011)
- Book of Parcel Maps (PDF) - (Updated April, 2017)
- Montpelier Designated Downtown Map (PDF) - (Updated October 2012)
- Large Map of All Montpelier Parks (PDF) - 11 by 17 inches; (Updated August 2011)
- Parking Lots Information (PDF)
- Recreation Paths Map (PDF)
- Montpelier Street Map (PDF) - 11 by 17 inches; (Updated September 2012)
- Winter Parking Map
- Montpelier Growth Center Map (PDF) (Updated July 2016)
There are several websites that you can use to view City of Montpelier GIS data. For property information we have an Interactive online Property map. Sign in as a guest. Use the Map layers tab on the top left of the screen to add helpful layers to your map. Search by name, address or parcel ID. Once you have located the address, click the property ID and then you can view the property card. For floodplain information specific to a location go to the FEMA Flood Map Service center. Where it says Search by address on the left, type in the address you are interested in and enter. Below the search are three choices; view, save and interactive map. If you use the interactive map you can manipulate it to the extent that you need. The Vermont E911 Viewer is another excellent mapping tool. if you go to the layers tab on the bottom left (looks like a pile of paper) of the screen you have many helpful layers; parcels, flood, topography etc. The Vermont Natural Resources Atlas is an extremely helpful GIS tool. The Atlas also has the layers tab on the bottom left that opens up all of the options for your map viewing.
If you have any questions about how to use these sites or would rather have the City make you a map, please email, call or stop in to the Planning Department.
802-223-9506 or email email@example.com