The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program area’s mission is to use geography-based technology to cost-effectively:
The GIS team
This interactive map of Chicago displays police stations, fire stations, schools, clinics and many other facilities. It also includes transit routes, political boundaries, street closures, TIF districts, liquor licenses and other data of general interest.
The following maps can be viewed online and downloaded in PDF format.
These Chicago maps include Neighborhoods, Wards and Community Areas.
|Political Boundary Maps
These Chicago maps include Illinois House and Senate districts and U.S. Congressional districts.
|United States Census Maps
These Chicago maps have various population, housing, social and economic data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
More than 250 data sets with GIS and Geospatial data are available on the Chicago’s Data Portal: http://data.cityofchicago.org, where they are organized under the Topic “gis”.
For feedback on this website or general GIS questions email
Before making a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request, please check the data portal (https://data.cityofchicago.org/) to see if the data has already been made public. If not, email