Tigard Maps is an easy to use web-based tool for looking up commonly requested
information such as property information, crimes, permits, hazards, aerial photos,
utilities, and environmental information.
Entry into Tigard Maps is simple; enter an address or street intersection
and Tigard Maps begins processing through various geographic data and City systems.
If you don't have a full address, you can enter a partial address, such as a
house number or street, and review a list of candidates that you can choose from.
Purpose of Tigard Maps
Tigard Maps brings to the public a new paradigm in consolidating information from multiple sources
and different formats into one single map-based environment. Tigard Maps starts with an easy
entry point: just type in an address or intersection and off you go through a tab-based
mapping environment creating maps and reports maps on the fly.
Although the City maintains specialized systems for its many functions, such as issuing building
permits, police, streets, utilities, and planning, having a place where it's accessible and
presented in an easy to use environment has not been possible.
Realizing the public needed streamlined access to its wealth of information, the City embarked
on a 2 year project to create a seamless city-wide Geographic Information System, or GIS,
to integrate many of its business systems with something we all understand and read easily -- maps.
Maps communicate information much more quickly than traditional spreadsheets and reports. They also
allow you to see patterns that might not be so visible in a chart or graph. Tigard Maps bundles
a combination of reports, charts, and maps to give the community a comprehensive tool for looking
What Data is available in Tigard Maps?
Tigard Maps provides the public with access to a range of public
information. Information available in Tigard Maps includes:
Information is available primarily for the City of Tigard and its immediate environs, such as
King City, and Durham and some information, such as crime data, is only available for the
Tigard City limits.
- Assessor/Tax Lot Information
- Aerial Photography
- Building Permits
- Crime Data
- Districts and boundaries
- Environmental information
- Planning Information
- Natural Hazards
- Transportation Information
How Do I Get Started?
Tigard Maps has been developed with ease-of-use in mind. Tigard Maps only requires a
valid street address location. If you don't have an address, you can
search based on street intersection and then use the map to select a parcel.
The following describes instructions for using Tigard Maps:
The first page of Tigard Maps opens with a Search Screen. Type in an Address Number and/or Street Name and then click Search. You may also enter a Street Intersection.
If you enter a street intersection, Tigard Maps takes you to the intersection and
provides you with a list of addresses in the immediate vicinity. Click the desired
address to launch Tigard Maps or if the list is still too big to select from,
use the zoom tool (+ and -) to zoom in and out to narrow the candidate list.
Blue underlined values indicate a hyperlink to other websites or pull up
additional detailed reports. Click on any hyperlink to activate it.