Minnesota and Twin Cities Online Mapping Tools
Most of the online mapping tools below are provided by local and state government agencies.
Optional map layers include canoe routes, state trails, parks, forests, wildlife refuges, roads, water, Lake Superior Coastal Management photos and aerial imagery (including historic imagery from the 1930s and 1940s for most counties). Aerial imagery can be saved to your computer. Includes option to download displayed map as a PNG image file. Click here for instructions on using Landview
Base map options include current & historic aerial imagery, land use, glacial geology, wetlands, parks, soils, watersheds, flood zones, school districts and zip codes. Optional map layers include bridges, depth to groundwater, highways, MnDOT traffic cameras, parcel data, schools, building footprints, railroads and block-level demographics. Includes option to export map as a PDF.
Optional map layers include parcel information (ownership, lot dimensions, tax information, etc.), recent aerial imagery and oblique aerial imagery. Includes option to print map.
Optional map layers include plat (property) lines, building footprints, streets and aerial imagery (historic and recent).
Type in the address you wish to view and hit enter, then click the picture in the bubble that pops up on the map. Street View coverage available for Twin Cities metro area, St. Cloud and surrounding area, Duluth and surrounding area and the north shore of Lake Superior.
Type in the address you wish to view and hit enter, then click the "bird's eye" link in the in the menu bar at the top of the map. Street View coverage available for Twin Cities metro area, St. Cloud and surrounding area, Duluth and surrounding area and the north shore of Lake Superior.