Learn how to find maps at the library, or explore the specific resources listed below.
Arizona Digital Sanborn Maps
Detailed maps of Arizona cities and towns with a wealth of information including building outlines, construction materials, heights, function street names, street widths, building use and house of block numbers. Dates available varies for each city or town.
National Map (U.S. Geological Survey)
Locate and view U.S. Geological Survey maps or download data. Includes current topographic maps, historical topographic maps, plus a wide range of other maps and data.
Provides easy access to current and historical census data and demographic information for the United States. You can create thematic maps, interactive maps, and customized reports. Also includes data from the U.S. Census' American Community Survey and 1980-2000 Religious Congregations and Membership Study. Maps and reports can be printed or downloaded.
U.S. national data, GIS mapping tool and analytics platform with data related to demographics, neighborhood conditions, real estate markets, federal income-eligible areas, money and income, lending activity, jobs and economy, education, health and more. Data can be viewed by census block or tract in many cases, and city, county, zip code, state as well as congressional district, school district, state house and state senate districts. PolicyMap data can be presented as maps, tables, charts and reports and unlimited address-based data can be uploaded for use in PolicyMap.
This site designed to provide free, up-to-date, and easy-to-use health data for all 50 states. It provides data on more than 700 health topics and is linked to both the Kaiser Family Foundation website (www.kff.org).
This site provides information on patterns and trends in health status of Arizonans. The health status information is disseminated online and through bound reports.
Consult our GIS resources guide for information about GIS software and training/classes available at the University of Arizona, how to find geospatial data, and working with interactive and static maps.