Planning and Development Map Viewer

​​​​​​​This interactive map​ can be used to view various planning, zoning, development, and historic preservation information in a map format.  Customers can turn map layers on and off, drill to more details, and link to other relevant information.  Residents and developers can view map layers important to them.  

This map is intended to better inform residents of current and approved rezoning activities in their community that are on file with the city of Phoenix Planning and Development Department. Rezoning cases are typically requested from property owners to allow for a new use or to apply a different set of development standards (i.e. setbacks, building heights, and densities) that are not already permitted in the existing zoning district designated for their property.

Zoning regulations are intended to protect existing land uses and assure that uses are compatible with each other and with available public facilities and services. Through the rezoning process, land use and other factors are evaluated to​ determine the appropriateness of a specific rezoning proposal. Final approval of a rezoning request is granted by the Phoenix City Council at a public hearing.

How To Use This Map

To zoom in/out: 1) Use mouse scroll mouse, 2) Click plus or minus tools on left edge of map to zoom in or out, or 3) Hold "Shift" and draw desired area with mouse for a custom zoom. Repeat as needed.

To draw a custom zoom box:  Hold "Shift" while clicking and holding down the left mouse button as you draw a box around the area desired.  The map will zoom to the selected area upon release. Repeat as needed.

To search for an address or general location: Click in the search box (top left of map "Enter Address") and enter desired address.  NOTE some addresses appear in more than one city.  Pick the right address from dropdown results

Address search examples:  3825 N 67th Ave

General location search:  6700 W Indian School Rd

To view details: Click on the map to see map details.  The pop-up box presents information based on current map layers displayed.  Click arrows at top of box to view more details.  Click on links provided to see even more. Click 'X' in top corner to close pop-up.

To display digital imagery: Zoom in close enough to display digital imagery.

Turn map layers on/off: Click on map layer tool (top toolbar) to see available map layers.  Click box next to layer to turn on or off.  Map will be refreshed immediately.  

For additional help: Click "Map Help" on top toolbar or Learn more​.

Map Usage Disclaimer

The city of Phoenix provides this data for your personal use as a public resource for general information "as is." The maps shown here are for illustration purposes only and are not suitable for site-specific decision making. Information found here should not be used for making financial or any other commitments. The city of Phoenix provides this information with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be accurate, correct or complete, and conclusions drawn from such information are the responsibility of the user. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy, correctness and timeliness of materials presented, the city of Phoenix assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, even if the city of Phoenix is advised of the possibility of such damage. The data may have a number of errors, which may include, but are not limited to, the following types of errors:
  • Spatial errors: The areas depicted by these maps are approximate, and are not necessarily accurate to surveying or engineering standards. X/Y coordinates may be in error by several feet or more.
  • Registration errors: GIS data layers may not overlay each other correctly.
  • Attribute errors: Database information may be incorrect.
  • Currency errors: GIS data layers, databases and documents may not be the most current available. All data is subject to constant change. Data input lags real-world changes by varying periods of time.
  • Completeness errors: Data may be missing or data may be included that does not belong.
  • Projection distortion: ;All map projections introduce distortion by representing the irregular shape of the earth's surface on flat maps. This affects feature shapes and map distances. We choose projections that minimize these distortions when viewing most of the city of Phoenix maps.

    Please acknowledge the city of Phoenix as the source when city of Phoenix data is used in the preparation of reports, papers, publications, maps, or other products.

Planning and Develop​ment Map Viewer