Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division

Geographic Information System (GIS) uses computer hardware and software to explore how location impacts people. It can visualize and interpret data to show relationships, patterns, and trends, which helps with better decision-making. Understanding geographic data is essential for citywide analysis, planning, and development.

City Applications and Maps

E-mail the GIS Administrator if you experience technical difficulties.

City of Key West Zoning  Opens in new window

Zoning


Commission Districts Opens in new window

Commissioner Districts

Streets Image for GIS Opens in new windowScheduled Street Construction


Multi-purpose Sidewalk map Opens in new window

Multi-Purpose City Locations

Parking Map image Opens in new windowParking

Cemetery Map thumbnail Opens in new window

Cemetery Internment


Collection Map Opens in new window

Garbage Collection 

Flood Elevation Certificates Thumbnail Opens in new window

Flood Elevation 

Transient Rental Transfer Map image Opens in new window

Transient Rental Transfer 

Map (PDF)

Commish Districts thumbnail Opens in new window

Commissioner Districts (PDF)


Zoning Map

Zoning Map (PDF)


Transient Map Opens in new window

Transient Rental 

Locations Map (PDF)


Non Transient Map Opens in new window

Non-Transient Rental 

Locations Map (PDF)


Caroline Street Corridor Sub-Area Opens in new window

Caroline Street Corridor 

Sub-area (PDF)



Bahama Village Redevelopment Sub-Area Opens in new window

Bahama Village Redevelopment Sub-area (PDF)

Historic District Thumbnail Opens in new window

Historic District Map (PDF)


Street Map Image Opens in new window

Streets (PDF)

Truman Waterfront Thumbnail Opens in new window

Truman Waterfront Park (JPEG)

City-County-State Thumbnail Opens in new window

State, County, and City Roads (PDF)