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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is an integrated collection of computer software and data used to view and manage information about geographic places, analyze spatial relationships, and model spatial processes. A GIS provides a framework for gathering and organizing spatial data and related information so that it can be displayed and analyzed.

GIS services for the City of Richmond are provided by the Planning Department, with the overarching goal of fulfilling the geospatial demands and mapping needs for all City departments, staff and personnel, as well as citizens, residents, and businesses alike.

 

INTERACTIVE MAPS

A collection of interactive mapping applications hosted through ArcGIS Online that enable users to access and explore data related to the City of Richmond. To view the interactive maps, click the map's thumbnail next to the description.

 

 

 INTERACTIVE ZONING DISTRICTS PARCEL MAP

Interactive map delineating official zoning districts as stipulated by the regulations in the City of Richmond’s Unified Development Code (UDC). This application also hosts parcel records maintained by the Fort Bend County CAD. Parcel data has been appended with corresponding zoning classifications relative to a parcel’s location within the City of Richmond.

 

 

 CITY OF RICHMOND, TEXAS GENERAL MAP

A general overview of information pertinent to the City of Richmond. Jurisdictional boundaries—including City Limits, Extraterritorial Jurisdiction, Limited Purpose Annexations, and Historic Overlay District—are viewable on the map, while Municipal Utility District (MUD) and Subdivision information can be accessed upon selecting a location on the map.

 

 

 DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF RICHMOND INTERACTIVE MAP

Interactive map showcasing data and initiatives that support the Development Corporation of Richmond’s mission to “serve the community through the promotion of private and public investments… to fund quality of life enhancements and activities that preserve and capitalize on our City’s heritage.”

 

 

 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INTERACTIVE MAP

Created to support the Development Corporation of Richmond, the Economic Development Interactive Map features vacant commercial property within the City of Richmond’s City Limits and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction. By selecting a vacant commercial property, users can view property and parcel attributes, as well as the land use classifications for a given property as stipulated in the City’s Future Land Use Plan.

 

 

 CITY OF RICHMOND, TEXAS INTERACTIVE FLOODPLAIN MAP

This resources provides business and homeowners the opportunity to readily view floodplain information maintained by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Layers adapted for this application include FEMA’s National Flood Hazard Layer and Flood Hazard Zones.

 

 CITY OF RICHMOND SANITATION DEPARTMENT INTERACTIVE MAP

This interactive map provides sanitation information helpful to our residents, including the City's Solid Waste Program schedule, Municipal Utility Districts (including all Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs), Water Control & Improvement Districts (WCID), and Levee Improvement Districts (LIDs) involved in the City's Groundwater Reduction Plan), and subdivision sections.

 

DOWNLOADABLE MAPS

Open, download, and print a PDF of these maps.

 

DISCLAIMER

Maps and data provided by the City of Richmond are intended for general informational purposes only, and do not represent a legal record, and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground survey, and represents only the approximate relative location of property, governmental and/or political boundaries or related facilities to said boundary.

The City of Richmond makes no warranty regarding specific accuracy or completeness, reliability, or usability of the information, and the contents or data may be subject to revision at any time without notification.