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The City of Colorado Springs has a large assortment of maps available to be viewed and/or downloaded. Each map contains its own disclaimer and copyright date. There is a disclaimer for public usage of the maps; however you are welcome to download and print them as long as they are within the disclaimer parameters.

The City has an aerial map program identified as SpringsView. This program provides an aerial photo of properties within the City of Colorado Springs. There is a variety of information available within the program includes base zoning and overlays, parks, schools, topography, development plans, etc. Each layer may be turned on or off depending on which type of information is needed. You may zoom in and out to a particular area with the cursor or identify a specific property by typing in the tax schedule number or address. Click here to load the SpringsView program.

Note: The maps are in Adobe .PDF format and require Adobe X or newer to view and download. The various types of maps are listed in alphabetical order.

Annexation Map: A map that identifies the various approved annexation petitions. For information on each annexation, contact the Land Use Review Division at (719) 385-5905.

Banning Lewis Ranch Master Plan: A map that provides information about the Banning Lewis Ranch master-planned development community located east of Marksheffel Road between Woodmen and Bradley Roads. For additional or detailed information, contact the Land Use Review Division at (719) 385-5905.  

Banning Lewis Ranch Original Zoning: A map showing the original zones approved in 1987 for the Banning Lewis Ranch development community. (1.03 mb)

Census Tract Population Densities: A map identifying the various census tracts within the City of Colorado Springs. (1.82 mb)

City Council District Map: A map identifying the various Districts of which the elected City Councilmember's oversee. (9.41 mb)

City Council District 3: A map of Council District 3 (5.29 mb)

City Facilities with Metro District Parks: (3 mb)

El Paso County Mill Levy: (5 mb)

Existing Land Use Map: A map identifying the current land uses within City limits. (2.9 mb)

General Reference Map: A map that provides an overall view of the City of Colorado Springs with identification of neighborhoods and major arterial streets. (4.74 mb)

Hillside and Airport Overlay Map: A map that identifies the area within the City limits that has hillside characteristics as well as the area within the path of the Colorado Springs Airport. The Hillside Overlay pertains to areas that are characterized by slope, vegetation, drainage, rock outcroppings and other physical features that require special attention during development. The Airport Overlay was established to identify the areas of air navigation served by the Airport. (4.34 mb)

Homeowner Associations: A map of all of the homeowner and neighborhood associations that have registered with the Land Use Review Division. Some homeowner and neighborhood associations may not be shown on this map if they have not been formally organized or registered with the City. (6.31 mb)

Human Service Establishments: A map identifying the various human service establishments that have been permitted by the City of Colorado Springs. All establishments may not be shown as some establishments do not require an administrative permit. (4.34 mb)

Intermodal Transportation Map: A map showing the intermodal transportation routes within the City as of December 2012. (649.6 kb)

Land Use 2020 Map: A map updated in 2014 that identifies the long-range planned land uses within City limits and possible annexation areas. (3.47 mb)

Metro and School Districts: (2 mb)

Neighborhood Map: A map that provides a listing of the various neighborhoods located throughout the City. (1.71 mb)

Planning Areas: A map that indicates the current geographic planning areas for the Land Use Review Division. (2.81 mb)

Preble Jumping Mouse Habitat: A map that identifies the portions of land that are protected under the Endangered Special Act for the Preble Jumping Mouse Habitat to ensure the continued survival of the species. (4.76 mb)

Streamside Overlay Map: A map that provides information on areas that are characterized by streams which provide significant wildlife habitat, riparian vegetation, open space and multi-use trails. (2.8 mb)

Three-Mile Buffer Area outside City Limits: A map that is designed to work in conjunction with the 2020 Land Use Map of the City's Comprehensive Plan. It serves as the graphic representation of the City's annexation policies and future land use patterns and provides a context for annexation decisions. (494.1 kb)

Urban Renewal Map: A map identifying those areas that have been approved by the City Council for Urban Renewal and under the purview of the Urban Renewal Authority. (448.2 kb)

Urban Renewal and Other Districts: (182 kb)