Maps / GIS
Geographic Information Systems can help answer questions and solve problems by looking at data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared.
The GIS Department does this by distilling data into maps, charts, and reports that make geographical relationships and patterns easy to visualize, helping guide City planning and development.
Online GIS tools help citizens answer frequent questions, such as:
Is a particular address in Johns Creek? "Confirm Address" checks to see if it matches a known address in a GIS database for Johns Creek.
Do you want to support Johns Creek business? "Find Business" can list all by type (e.g., restaurants, pet stores, etc.), name or keyword, and map their location in the city.
Speed your commute: Today's scheduled road work shows planned projects and conditions that could cause traffic delays.
Several interactive maps are provided that interact with the City's most recent GIS data and do not require any special GIS software. These include:
Maps to City offices, park facilities (Autrey Mill, Newtown, Ocee, Shakerag), sidewalks and trails, and special events (e.g., Founders Day Parade).
Area information with maps about Johns Creek neighborhoods, schools, traffic counts, and zoning.
Capital improvement information maps are provided for amenities & park projects and Public Works projects.
A flood-hazard map developed by Georgia EPD and FEMA that shows which areas of the city are at risk for flooding.
Mobile (responsive) versions for all the above interactive maps are also provided, for optimum viewing on your phone or tablet.
Numerous static (PDF) maps are also available for official, regulatory and historic purposes.