The City maintains a geographic information system (GIS) containing data both created by the City (such as the location of city water and sewer mainlines), as well as information we obtain from other sources (such as parcel information obtained from the Kenai Peninsula Borough). The information stored in a GIS is used daily to support local decision-making, as well as provide useful information to the public. The following information is available in our GIS system:
- Aerial photography (2009, 2006 airport, 2003);
- Parcel information
- Physical address
- Municipal water system (including hydrants and wells)
- Wastewater (sewer) system
- Stormwater system **Coming Soon**
- Flood zones (data from KPB)
- City Boundaries (data from KPB)
We have put together the following maps for your use. Please stop by City Hall for additional information.
The Economic Development and Planning Department is experimenting with new ways to provide information. Click on the image to the left or the link to view our Parks Map.