Mapping

Delaware County Planning assists with the mapping needs of planners, municipalities, and the general public.


Maps can help citizens and policy makers to visualize community needs and plan improvements to make the communities smarter, safer, and more successful. The Planning Department creates maps to suit a variety of needs including natural features mapping (e.g. floodplains, elevation contours, soils, hydrology, etc.), civic mapping (e.g. libraries, police stations, hospitals, schools, etc.), transportation mapping (e.g. roads, railroads, bus routes, etc.), and more.

For more information on how the Planning Department can help with your mapping needs, please contact us at delmutoj@co.delaware.pa.us or (610) 891-4497.


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Viewing or purchasing current or historic Aerial Photographs

Acquiring available GIS Data Layers

Requesting a Custom Map

Browsing the Planning Department’s Map Gallery

Viewing Municipal Street Maps

Viewing Demographic Data Maps

Viewing Historic Maps


Parcel GIS data is maintained and disseminated by Delaware County’s Board of Assessments. To view parcels online, please click here to be redirected to the Public Access Page and click on Real Estate and Tax Records. To obtain parcel data, please contact Anita Bostwick, GIS Manager, at the Board of Assessments at (610) 891-4793 or BostwickA@co.delaware.pa.us.



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Delaware County, presently consisting of over 184 square miles divided into forty-nine municipalities is the oldest settled section of Pennsylvania.


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