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In Wilmington, how can I find out who maintains my street, how it’s zoned, and nearby walking trails?

Si Cantwell
StarNews
The area around Randall Parkway and South College Road contains a number of zoning designations. This interactive map is among those available at the city's new map gallery at http://gis.wilmingtonnc.gov.

The area around Randall Parkway and South College Road contains a number of zoning designations.

The city of Wilmington has launched a program that provides user-friendly map-based information from the city’s website. Citizens can quickly and easily access information from six interactive maps:

  • Who maintains my street?
  • How is my property zoned?
  • Is my property in a flood zone?
  • Where is development activity occurring in Wilmington?
  • 2006 vs. 2014 flood maps
  • Where are the bike and walking trails in Wilmington?

Website visitors can access maps from any page on the city’s website by clicking on “GIS Map Gallery” at the top of the page to access maps such as the flood plain map pictured here.

Visit the map gallery at http://gis.wilmingtonnc.gov.

For more information on the maps and how to use them, visit http://gis.wilmingtonnc.gov/Documents/MapGallery/HowtoUseCityofWilmingtonMapGalleryContentOnline.pdf

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