The GIS City Maps Website is Bartlesville City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) funded by a voter approved bond on Sep. 11, 2001.
Individuals may click on the interactive Maps link and view: GIS City Maps Website.
CityMaps: Web Map App (configured for phones, tablets and desktop)
Printable maps: links to print ready maps are at the bottom of this webpage.
QR code reader finds link by using your phones camera, then just click the link for Bartlesville CityMaps.
QRcodeReader – CityMaps Bartlesville – this QR can also be used to connect to the online city maps. This allows easy bookmarking this map in a smartphone.
Scan the (black&white square) image (on the left) with your phone camera. Many newer phones have automatic QR scanners (check camera setting, give a moment for scanning).
Also, if needed, go to your App Store (Google App, Play Store, etc) and search QR reader (there are many free QR readers)
In the list below, there are
Basic street maps (printable versions):
Streets – 36x28wallmap (7mb) – with address ranges
- Aerial Imagery & Topographic overlays
- Address locator & property ownership
- Water facilities, lines, hydrants, and storm pipes
- Voting Precincts
- Drainage, sanitation routes, sanitary sewer lines
- Floodplains & FEMA maps
- Park and school locations
- population and precipitation
- Click here to view the interactive GIS City Maps Website
- Pathfinder Parkway Trail System Interactive map
- Bartlesville Downtown Map of Businesses and Attractions
- Hudson Lake Map (4kb)
- Bartlesville Municipal Codes
- FireZones-36x28wallmap (7mb)
- Fire hydrant
- Streets with Stormdrain-36x28wall (10mb)
- Floodplain 34×22
- Trash Route Map: 16 Routes
- Trash Routes: Bartelsville Sanitation Booklet
- Pipeline Awareness Viewer
- Wards: 5 areas
- Street-index 1pg.
Do you want to purchase a, printed, wall map (or smaller), also digital data layer files? engineering-copy_gis-fees
Want to export a map image the easiest way, see How To Select&print-screen images.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s designed Price Tower in downtown Bartlesville, has been nominated to become a United Nations UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Click this link for more info: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower potential World Heritage Site.